75 Years of Learning, Doing and Achieving—From that First Paper to that Final Exam,
Your Journey to Learning and Your Destination to Graduation Begin and End @ Your Library

WELCOME WEEK
@ THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY

"7 WONDERS OF THE LIBRARY" REVEALED

Library Fall Quarter Hours

 

Monday, Sept. 30, 2013

Latte Art Demo

12:00–1:00pm
Special Events Room, 4th floor
University Library

Presented by the Collins College of Hospitality Management

klatch coffee logo
Latte samples using Klatch coffee brand will be provided, courtesy of Holly Perry.

cup of coffee

cup of coffee

 

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Find Your Balance!
Living Healthy in College

12:00–1:00pm
Special Events Room, 4th floor
University Library

Dr. Alane Daugherty — Lecturer in the Kinesiology & Health Promotion Department — addresses how you can balance healthy living with educational pursuits...without stress.

Dr. Alane Daugherty

 

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Tales From the Archives:
75 Years of Cal Poly Pomona
Campus History

12:00–1:00pm
Special Collections & University Archives, 4th floor
University Library

Tales told by Historian and Alumnus David Baeza

Exhibit Preview following Lecture and
"Find the 7 Seventy-Fives" Contest

images of historical events and figures at Cal Poly Pomona

Buy the Historic Cal Poly Pomona Book!

Limited edition book on sale for $19.38

Available in Special Collections
FOR ONE DAY ONLY
during the "Tales From the Archives" event.

Cover of book by donald h. pflueger

 

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Shakespeare @ the Library

Student Actors from the Cal Poly Pomona Department of Theatre and New Dance Present scenes from
A Midsummer Night's Dream

12:00–1:00pm
Special Events Room, 4th floor
University Library

image of the theater poster of a midsummer night's dream

 

Monday, September 30 Through
Friday, October 4, 2013

Visit the "7 Wonders of the Library"*
(Sneak Preview of 7 Wonders at Broncofusion!)

Students, Faculty & Staff are invited to get their Passport stamped by visiting the 7 services that the Library has to offer! Passports located @ University Library!

Each completed stamped passport holder earns a chance to enter a raffle for a chance to win prizes!

*In honor of W.K. Kellogg’s fascination with the number 7

"I was my father’s seventh son born on the seventh day of the week and the seventh day of the month. My father was a seventh child and the name 'Kellogg has seven letters."
-Will Keith Kellogg

image of Cal Poly Pomona passport

 

While the Welcome Week Celebration comes to a close on Friday, October 4, 2013, the Library continues to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Cal Poly Pomona Campus with these events...

Monday, October 7, 2013

...And the Rest is History

12:00–1:00pm
Special Collections & University Archives, 4th floor
University Library

Dr. Zuoyue Wang, Professor from the Department of History and Cal Poly Pomona Golden Leaves author of In Sputnik’s Shadow, presents how to write/interpret history and the methods of digging into primary sources.

Dr. Zuoyue Wang

 

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Cal Poly Pomona Through the Lens

12:00–1:00pm
Library Classroom 1807, 1st floor
University Library

Award winning campus Photographer Tom Zasadzinski discusses capturing memorable moments at Cal Poly Pomona.

photographer Tom Zazadzinski

 

Thursday, November 7, 2013

Music from 1938

12:00–1:00pm
Browsing area, 3rd floor
University Library

What was 1938 really like? Moviegoers watched Dorothy defeat the Wicked Witch of the West in "The Wizard of Oz." The nation witnessed the dawn of "the man of steel." On November 7, 2013, in honor of W.K. Kellogg's fascination of the number 7, attendees will travel back in time and hear music from 1938 as presented by Dr. David Kopplin, Professor from the Music Department, and his band.

a vinyl record with Music 1938 written on it