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Mar 5, 2019
We recently had the opportunity to interview Shay Brawn about her work with Aunt Lute Books, a multicultural women's press. Q: What is Aunt Lute and how have you been involved?
Feb 28, 2019
Pictured above: The 2018-2019 Curriculum Committee. Missing from the photo - Angela Becerra Vidergar & Arturo Heredia.
Feb 27, 2019
In her free time, Gigi loves to enjoy the big trees at Armstrong Woods with her wife, Heather Cox, who took this photograph.
A student paints a page of a child's picture book on nutrition; she paints a bowl of fruit.
Feb 27, 2019
Who doesn't love a good picture book? We say goodnight to the cow jumping over the moon in the great green room. We hop off a shelf and join a small teddy bear in green overalls (with a missing button) in search of a home and a friend.
A pile of paper zines from the 1980s and 1990s, exhibiting subversive titles
Feb 27, 2019
Overview: Students create "mini-zines" to help them conceptualize the organization and structure of their RBAs. Activity Title: Mini-Zines for RBA Structure
Feb 25, 2019
Presenters:     Tim Randazzo, Director of Graduate Teaching and Peer Learning Programs, Center for Teaching and Learning, VPTL Alyson Melzer, PhD candidate, Department of Classics
Two students stand in front of a wall of mind maps on post-it notes. One points to a map on the wall.
Feb 22, 2019
Image courtesy of Sally Kim. 
Jan 11, 2019
Winter Orientation Schedule12:30-1:00 PM: Check-in and Light Refreshments (Outside Oak West, Second Floor of Tresidder Memorial Union) 1:00-1:50 PM: Opening Session (Oak West)
Dec 12, 2018
Learn about the latest trends in energy storage and its effect on global markets.
A tape recorder from the 1960s
Dec 1, 2018
Over the course of this past year, I have been on a mission to better understand the institutional history of PWR.

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