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DigLIbArts High-tech Happy Hour

Come mingle and learn about what’s happening at DigLibArts! Meet the staff of DigLibArts,  hear from faculty who received DigLibArts grants, and learn how you can get funding or become involved.

Led by: Anne Cong-Huyen and Sonia Chaidez

Where: DigLibArts Center

When: 4pm-6pm, October 14th

Who: For faculty and staff

Optimal Resume Workshop

optimal resume workshop

Ensure that you are ready for that interview! Students will be instructed on how to successfully form an impressive resume with a career counselor. Please bring a laptop and R.S.V.P. on Poet Paths.


History Professor's New Book Explores Roots of Native American Society

Traders and Raiders book coverAssistant Professor of History Natale A. Zappia's new book, Traders and Raiders: The Indigenous World of The Colorado Basin, 1540-1859, was released this summer. Zappia’s newest publication is an expansive study of the complex Indigenous world that inhabited areas of the Southwest and Northern Mexico. 

Guest Poet - Aliki Barnstone

Aliki Barnstone is a poet, translator, critic, and editor. She is the author of seven books of poetry, most recently, Bright Body (White Pine, 2011) and Dear God Dear, Dr. Heartbreak: New and Selected Poems (Sheep Meadow, 2009), and the translator of The Collected Poems of C.P. Cavafy: A New Translation (W.W. Norton, 2006).

Faculty Tackle “Allure of Dystopia” in Popular Culture

The idea that humans will undergo a day of reckoning has confronted every generation.

Whatever you call it, however you fancy it—supernova, divine intervention, or zombie pandemic—whether you believe the end of Earth will ever arrive, or has already, we can’t deny that tales of doomsday and dystopian societies have crept into all corners of pop culture—big screens to small, music to video games, books to blogs.

Poet Talks: Bike Love Documentary Screening

Join students, faculty, and local alumni for the Bike Love documentary screening and Q&A with the film's director and producer, Kara Minnehan ’07.

Bike Love is a short documentary film about Kara Minnehan’s bike-riding quest in Portland, Oregon. On December 1, 2011 Kara gave up her car for the purpose of trying out new modes of transportation and experiencing the city’s bike culture firsthand. Fashion, feminism, community-building, sustainability, and comedy are brought to life within the foundations of Portland’s cyclist community. 

Poetry Reading with Eduardo Corral

​Eduardo C. Corral earned degrees from Arizona State University and the University of Iowa Writers’ Workshop. His debut collection of poetry, Slow Lightning (2012), won the Yale Younger Poets Prize, making him the first Latino recipient of the award.

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