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Number 521 February 19, 1988
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February 19 Gallery Series: "Spring 1960: Rufus Atwood
and the Kentucky State College Student Sit-In
Movement" : Lecture : Gerald Smith,
Department of History. ‘
February 21 Wystan Hugh Auden, 1907-1973, English poet.
February 22 James Russell Lowell, 1819-1891, American
poet, essayist and diplomat.
February 23 W.E.B. DuBois, 1868-1963, American educator
r and leader of the movement for Black
February 25 Pierre Auguste Renoir, 1841-1919, French L
~- _ impressionist painter.
February 26 Gallery Series: "Afro-American History" :
Lecture : Dr. Aingred Dunston, Department of
February 28 Michel de Montaigne, 1533-1592, French
essayist and philosopher.
March 1 Fire Alarm Test, King North and South,
7:30 am.
March 4 Gallery Series: "Varieties of Victorian
“ womanhood" : Lecture : Dr. Ellen Rosenman,
- Department of English.
A Next Green Bean: Friday, March 4, 1988.
Deadline: Friday, February 26, 1988.
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 LSO NEWS Bonnie Cox. The workshop will '
_" be taught in On—Line Cataloging
at 2:00 p.m. Advance
In spite of bad weather the registration is required, as
bringers and buyers at the LSO there is hands-on room for
Valentine’s Day Bake Sale only eight people. Other
raised over $75 for LSO people are welcome to attend,
projects . but may not be able to have
Just a reminder: LSO will hands-on experience.
again have a table set up to Reservations for the
sell donated books at the February workshop can be made
Library's annual book sale in by calling Christie Robinson at
April. Please bring your 7-8372 or Gary Stottlemyer at
personal donations of either 7-8349.
hardbacks or paperbacks to The March meeting will
donate for the sale. Anyone cover batch files and will be
who wishes to bring their book held in Room 104 of King
donations in before April may Library South at 2:00 p.m. No
bring them to Tech Services. registration is necessary for
I Jessie Adams in the Bindery this meeting. The topic for
Unit has set aside some shelf April's meeting will be public
space there to house the LSO domain software.
donated books. . Further information on
A second reminder: There is both the March and April
still time to send in your LSO meetings will appear in the
membership registration and Green Bean. (Submitted by
dues. Registrations are being Christie Robinson.)
taken by Kathy Martin in the
Membership dues are $5 per
year. (Submitted by Mary It is no longer necessary
MacLaren. to use 18+ to access the Kats
network for long distance
calls. Automatic Route
BON VOYAGE...AND GOOD LUCK! Selection will route your call -
over the most economical route
Emily Dawson...Agriculture available by calling 9+ area
Kerry Kresse...Chemistry/ code (if not 606) + the number.
Physics (Submitted by Pat Lloyd.)
Dorothy Trenbeth...On-Line
PC LEARNERS/USERS GROUP Dr. Graham Rowles of the i
__ Center on Aging/Geography will
The January meeting of the present a .lecture cxi "What's
PC Learners/Users group was an Rural. About Rural Aging?" at
introductory DOS workshop noon