This year’s campus read author is Katya Gordon of Seachange Expeditions. Her book Climate Change Musings and Studies from Lake Superior’s North Shore is available at North Wind Books from now until October. Gordon will be reading at 7 p.m. on October 22 and visiting on campus with student groups on October 22 & 23. The event will be taking place in the Leroy Karanen Conference Room, also known as Jutila Chapel Room 323.
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Finlandia University is excited to welcome back Dana Pakulski, a 2018 alum, who is one of two Assistant Librarians at Maki Library. Pakulski received her Bachelor’s degree in English and plans to earn her Master’s degree in Library Services and Sciences.
Prior to working at Maki Library, Pakulski, worked at the Hancock Public Library as a Library Assistant, where she shelved and processed books, organized storytimes and helped patrons. On-campus she will provide reference services to students, faculty, [...]
The Campus Read committee invites submissions of essays, fiction and poetry (500 words or less) that consider how your life, landscape and community are affected by the climate crisis, or that imagines how we can meet its challenges.
The winning entry will be announced October 22 at the Campus Read event with Katya Gordon and published in the Daily Mining Gazette.
Email entries to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 20 to be considered.