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De-Stress With Us!

De-Stress With Us!

04/19/2017 - Finals week is coming. Worry and fear not, Rod Library is here to help you survive this stressful week. Come and de-stress with us! We have the Graffiti Wall for you to draw, doodle, write encouraging messages, and etc. from April 24th – May 4th.   To really relax, join us ...Read more
Geocache for College Cash is April 24- April 28

Geocache for College Cash is April 24- April 28

04/19/2017 - Rod Library will be hosting GeoCache for College Cash, a Money Smart Week event, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Monday, April 24, in the east lobby. To play this game and learn about important personal finance topics such as paychecks and budgeting: Read  7 posters ...Read more
Flute Concert

Flute Concert

04/19/2017 - Take a break from end-of-semester studying and join Rod Library for a chamber concert Thursday, April 27 at 4 p.m. under Dichotomy in the Learning Commons. The concert will feature works for flute by Valerie Coleman, Lazlo Zemplini, and more. ...Read more
Service-Learning project

Service-Learning project

04/14/2017 - The video linked below was created by two sections of a Cornerstone course, taught by Rachel Morgan. Rod Library assisted students to do research as part of this project that investigated food insecurity in the Cedar Valley. Students made use of the research gathered in class presentations ...Read more

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