During the event, students and guests browsed through more than 200 artists’ books from Pattee Library's circulating collection, with participants checking out a number of them for later projects.This book party was followed up a week later by a visit to the artists’ books in the Special Collections Library. — Structured in the form of an artists’ book club, ART 411 Seminar in Contemporary Art, a class at Penn State co-taught by Simone Osthoff, professor of art, and Henry Pisciotta, arts and architecture librarian, explores the book form as a medium, a metaphor, and also conceptually — as a site which simultaneously holds and produces content through original visual and verbal narrative structures and materials — and thus forges alternative forms of writing, of seeing, and of thinking.

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Meet the Doulas Night includes an overview of what doulas do, the benefits of doula services, and how to find the right doula for you.

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In the course, students learn that the book as an intermedia art form exists in an experimental terrain that challenges traditional disciplinary boundaries.

It further speaks to our multimedia digital environment, by referencing systems and codes as well as themes such as mapping, delay, travel, utopia, obsolescence, emptiness and socially engaged art.Achim, or ' Brothers' in Hebrew, was founded in January 2010 by a group of Jewish men at Dickinson College.We aim to foster a brotherhood among inclined male students at Dickinson College of Jewish faith; to serve as a support mechanism for the same; to add to the vivacity and strength of Jewish Life on campus, especially for members of our organization; to serve, in name and in action, as honourable representatives of the Jewish people; and to encourage vigorous participation in social and philanthropic activities in both the Dickinson and Carlisle communities.Since then I have been involved in Jewish Life and have held various board positions in Achim.During my presidency, I hope to further the involvement of Achim with the other Jewish life groups on campus, strengthen the internal brotherhood of the group, and increase Achim's impact on the overall Jewish male presence on campus!At Carlisle, which operated from 1879 to 1918, boys and girls as young as 4 lost their names, languages, clothes, religions, and customs. Today, nearly 200 lie in a cemetery by the barracks front gate.