Melissa Crowder-Rhoden, BRCC adjunct English instructor, is published! She has an essay in the newly published Looking for the Enemy: The Eternal Internal Gender Wars of Our Sisters (which Houff Library will own very soon).
Amazon says this about it: The Eternal Internal Gender Wars of Our Sisters is an edited collection of readings written by established and emerging male and female authors from the past and present that fleshes out and highlights what’s happening to girls and women across the world. Looking for the Enemy: The Eternal Internal Gender Wars of Our Sisters presents authors from around the world, many telling cultural and regional stories that speak to their homelands. As the reader turns the pages and transition between chapters, he/she will quickly recognize that no matter how old, how far away, how nuanced each of the writings seem to be, the stories of women are commonly similar, their successes and failures repeating around a reflected essence of being human and being female.
We were just informed that our FREE 15 minute massages the BRCC massage school students are offering as part of our End of the Semester Stress Relieving Activities on Wednesday, April 22 will now be from 9:15am to 1:15pm. And there will be three (yes, 3!) massage therapists, so we have lots more openings. Sign up at the Reference or Circulation Desks now. Let them massage away all your stress…aaaaaaah!
Legos! Remember losing yourself while building things with Legos?
Well, during our End of the Semester Stress Relieving Activities, we will have a whole tub of Legos on top of our Reference shelves (directly across from the Reference and Circulation Desks) that you can use to forget your troubles and build us something cool. Do something fun for a few minutes and then get back to those books………
Have you tried Kinetic Sand?
If you haven’t, and even if you have, come play with our Kinetic Sand during our End of the Semester activities. We have five colors, lots of molds and trays to keep your creations in place. We will have all this fun stuff on top of the low Reference shelves located directly across from the Reference and Circulation Desks. Be a kid again and play for a few minutes and then get back to hitting the books!
Where’s Waldo has been added to our stress-relieving activities. From Monday, April 27 through Wednesday, May 6th, Houff Library will be hiding Waldo somewhere in the library. If you are the first to find him, you can choose between eight (yes, 8!) wonderful prizes. Need more information? Inquire at the Reference Desk.
Happy Hunting. Perhaps it will help you forget about the stress of studying for finals for a few minutes……