Get ready for clock confusion. Remember to set your watch as we spring forward Sunday, March 11, 2018.
“How the Irish Became White”
Author: Noel Ignatiev
The Libraries on both campuses have made a strong effort to make this the best learning atmosphere by adding comfortable seating. The Hammond campus Library has added private carrels for those who want to study independently, and we added several larger seating areas for those who want to gather in a group setting. So come on in, check out some of the new furniture and find your favorite spot!
Looking for something fun to do this St. Patrick’s Day? You can go to parades in Hammond or Westville this month.
“How the Irish Saved Civilization: : the Untold Story of Ireland’s Heroic Role From the Fall of Rome to the Rise of Medieval Europe”
Author: Thomas Cahill
Do you have an interest in Comedy Writing or want to learn the basics that lead into writing stand-up, sketch and sitcoms?
The Writing Center is hosting Workshop on Comedy Writing Instruction will be held by Ian Hughes.
The Libraries will be hosting a POV film screening. This event is a collaboration with POV, the award-winning independent non-fiction film series on PBS. This month we are showing Hugh and Anson Hartford’s film “Ping Pong.”
The Purdue University Northwest Archives and Special Collections has been working alongside the Founder’s Day Committee to provide media portraying our campuses’ past. Some items we’ve provided include copies of course catalogs, campus newspapers, yearbooks, faculty publications, and photos of yesteryear’s student body.
Did you know that all PNW faculty, staff, and students have access to library databases off-campus? You have full access to articles, newspapers, magazines, and eBooks from home. After locating the information you are looking for, you can typically download either a pdf or epub file.
Title: Acquisitions/Technical Services Clerk
How long have you been with the university? March 3rd will be 2 years.