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  • Book Sale
    Time for the Annual Book Sale!

    Friends of the Brooks Library will be hosting the Annual Book Sale. Support your library and check out the good reads!  Get a bag of books for $5 starting at 2pm on Nov 3rd!

    Friday, Nov 2, 9am-8pm

    Saturday, Nov 3, 11am-3pm

    Brooks Library Lobby

  • My Vote
    Be an informed voter!

    Did you know that there are approximately 7,405,743 people in Washington State and only 4,252,913 are active registered voters?  Are you one of them?  Use the MyVote site to register to vote or update your address or other information online.  You can also go to WA Secretary of State Elections page to find out who is running in the elections, what issues are on the ballot, or visit the wonderful list of resources at the New York Public Library.  Election Day is November 6th and you do not want to miss it!

         

     


  • Transfer Student?
    PAC Program for Transfer Students

    Designed to help transfer students, this program establishes a cohort of transfer students who want to intentionally improve their organization and time management skills through connections with other students.

    • Build connections with other students on campus
    • Set goals for the quarter and work toward completing them
    • Hear strategies for success from a variety of campus partners

    For more information, visit Peer Accountability & Connections Program

  • Family Literacy Night
    Join us in Brooks Library for Family Literacy Night

    Families are welcome to drop in to this reading event provided by the Center for Diversity and Social Justice and the CWU department of Early Children Education. Refreshments and free books provided.

     

    There are several dates to attend:

     

    October 23, November 6 & 15

    6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

    Brooks Library, Room 288

  • lies legends and lives lost
    Lies, Legends, and Lives Lost: Dark and Sordid Tales

     The CWU Archives will present dark and sordid tales of scandal, legends, and untimely ends on Monday evening, October 29 at 7:30 in Brooks Commons on the second floor of Brooks Library. This one-night only presentation is done in honor of October being the month of both Halloween and National Archives Month. Join us for this free event and share ghostly tales you have heard of the campus and local community.

     

    Monday, October 29, 2018
    7:30pm
    Brooks Commons, 2nd floor of Brooks Library

    For more information please contact: Julia Stringfellow / Julia.Stringfellow@cwu.edu

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