Release date: March 30, 2006
THE JULIA ROGERS RESEARCH FAIR
Follow the balloons to see the work of Goucher faculty, staff and students
BOOK DRIVE. Bring your new and gently used children's books for distribution through the Baltimore Reads Book Bank.
GAMES. Chess and Go
All day everyday in the library lobby
TEA and COOKIES at TEN. Enjoy a variety of teas and cookies while you browse our New Books.
Every weekday morning at 10 am in the lobby
LIBRARY EXHIBITS. The Sixties in America, Hortense Powdermaker, Josephine Baker, Goucher College Spirit, Towson Beginnings and Recent American Poetry.
This Friday, March 31
- Word 4 Word hosts a listening of Poet Anne Sexton's last public reading.
Kelley Lecture Hall
4 to 6pm
Monday, April 3
- Presentation of the 2005 Julia Rogers Research Prizes, and birthday cake for Julia.
- Dialogue Resources: A FUSION book exhibit showcasing resources on dialogue, conflict resolution, and cross-cultural communication.
Wednesday, April 5
- Coffee with Kratz Writer-in-Residence Katherine Weber.
11 am to noon
- Let's Talk About It: Jewish Literature A discussion of Allegra Goodman's Kaaterskill Falls led by professor of modern languages Uta Larkey, Supported by NextBook and ALA.
- Kratz Center for Creative Writing presents a reading by novelist and spring writer-in-residence Katharine Weber.
Thursday, April 6
- Faculty poetry reading.
Faculty members Dennis Kaplan, Laura Orem, and Michelle Tokarczyk read from their works.
Victoria Van Hyning '06, winner of Goucher's Sara DeFord Poetry Award, and other students will also read from their works.
Soper Room in the Library
Saturday, April 8
- Jane Austen Society of North America, Baltimore Chapter, discusses MansfieldPark.
Soper Room in the library
2 to 4 pm