Your Bridge to Academic Success!
Library Board Game Night
Date: Thursday, November 9th
Location: DML Room 112 & Fireplace Lounge
Drop in for games in the library! Try something new from the library's collection, or bring one of your own. We will also have a vintage NES system available, loaned by the Denver Museum of Miniatures, Dolls and Toys. All community members welcome.
New Tony Ortega Artwork Available to View Online
Archives & Digital Collections is excited to share newly added artwork by Tony Ortega with the campus community! Dozens of Ortega’s most recent works were added to LUNA, our online repository for digital archival materials. We hope you’ll take the time to enjoy his colorful and dynamic depictions of the Latin experience.
Judy Gardner featured in the DML Fireside Gallery
Join us in the DML Fireside Gallery this November. Judy Gardner draws her inspiration from nature. The complexity and elegance of natural forms never fails to inspire her. The connection between biomorphic forms and the concepts of sacred geometry has intrigued humanity for eons and given rise to many mystical traditions. Plants, for instance, follow strict sets of mathematical rules as they grow, branching and dividing according to formulas that define their individual varieties. Yet somehow, they never appear rigid or formulaic. When allowed to follow its inherent proclivities, nature fills the world with a glorious chaos which sings to her of joy and deep mystery. She is deeply in love with this planet and the beings (both flora and fauna) that we share it with. Her hope is to share that love through her work.
Our precious "Blue Marble" is in grave danger and no amount of protest, preaching or legislation will influence individuals or governments to make the sacrifices and difficult choices that need to be made. Only when people fall deeply and passionately in love with the Earth will they willingly choose to DO NO HARM.
The Learning Center - open for appointments!
Our TLC staff are ready to work with you in person and online, one-on-one and in groups. Book writing and tutoring appointments at regis.mywconline.com.
WRITING CENTER available for all stages of writing, all degrees and disciplines. Graduates, too!
TUTORING available in a range of subjects at introductory and intermediate levels.
ACADEMIC SUCCESS WORKSHOPS are free and cover a range of topics on writing and learning.
Fall 2023 Workshops
APA Style 7th Ed.
- Tuesday, November 14, 7pm
- Studying for Exams, Thursday, November 16, 7pm.
- Revising and Editing, Tuesday, November 28, 7pm.
Workshops are in MST and last about 90 minutes. RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org to receive Zoom links for the dates you plan to attend. For TLC recorded workshops on other academic topics, log into the scheduler and select "Workshop Videos"