The countdown towards the end of the semester has begun and visions of sugar plums and long winter naps have us wishing that the stress of finals were done! If you identify with this sentiment and are feeling stressed or overwhelmed there are strategies that can help you relax and get some much needed rest. Visit this helpful post by the Office of Student Health and Counseling for a plethora of ideas. Continue reading “Board Games at Milne! Who knew?”
Oculus Rift, 3D printing, and more!
When: Saturday, December 2, 2017 from 10:00am – 1:00pm.
Where: SUNY Geneseo’s Experimental Space, South 341.
Wadsworth Library & SUNY Geneseo are partnering to host the event, which is open to the community. Continue reading “Technology Open House at SUNY Geneseo: Saturday December 2nd 10am!”
In 1817 (two hundred years ago!), construction of the Erie Canal began. Milne Library is celebrating this anniversary by hosting a traveling exhibit, “Two Hundred Years on the Erie Canal, 1817-2017,” throughout November on the main floor of the library near the main staircase.
Perhaps you’ve noticed the collection of books on display in the entry lobby of Milne Library, just in front of our Minerva? If you haven’t already, we encouraging you to make some time to stop in, take a look and find something that challenges your current beliefs. Continue reading “A Statement on Community from the Milne Library Director”
Students plagiarize for many reasons. While some are simply trying to get through a course as easily as possible, Continue reading “Final Two Plagiarism Workshops: November 1st 3:30pm, and November 7 6:00pm”
On Friday, October 27th, from 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm , Milne Library will host a Halloween Themed Story Time, in the Teacher Education Resource Center, located on the lower-level of Milne Library.
Costumes are optional but encouraged.
Story Time (performed by members of the Young Children’s Council) will include Halloween stories, crafts, delicious snacks, and games.
This event is sponsored by the Young Children’s Council* and students from the School of Education.
Any age is welcome, though these stories are geared toward the under-10 age group (appropriate for preschoolers).
*The Young Children’s Council is sponsored by the Student Association.
First of all, settle down – the X Special Collection is NOT pornography. It’s what Milne calls its collection of (mainly) rare books, some dating back to the 16th century. It’s had several addresses in Milne over the years, and last month it was moved to what we hope will be its “forever home” on the upper level.
No matter your opinion of the candidates or political orientation, voting is a civic responsibility and the outcome has a great impact on our society. The off-year election will be held on November 7, 2017. While this does not including big races for President nor Senate or House of Representatives (elections for these offices are only held during odd-numbered years if accommodating a special election—usually either due to incumbents resigning or dying while in office), there are several State, County, and Town elections for which to prepare. The following offices are on the ballot for Geneseo: Continue reading “How to Get Registered; Do It By Oct. 13th!”
Students plagiarize for many reasons. While some are simply trying to get through a course as easily as possible, Continue reading “Plagiarism Workshops , Midway!”
Letchworth State Park is a nearby resource for offers year-round opportunities to enjoy nature at its most beautiful. If there’s one thing that’s not to be missed, it’s the Fall foliage! While it’s not always easy to plan the best time, there are some tools to help with that. Check out the Foliage Map. Continue reading “Out and About: Checking out Fall Foliage”