Debra, one of the staff members who works on exhibits, just finished updating the display case in the main entryway. The case features exhibits and events from the Fulginiti Pavilion.
The next exhibit at the Fulginiti is Showing (work x family). The exhibit features images of everyday life and explores the balance of work and family. For more information about the exhibit, you can read this essay about the exhibit.
The exhibit opened January 11th, and will be at the Fulginiti Pavilion from January 11 through April 12, 2019. You can see the exhibit for free during the regular hours at the Fulginiti, from 9 AM – 5 PM.
Strauss Health Sciences Library is happy to welcome our new PASCAL employee, Ty’Easha Fenderson! Check out her photo and some questions we asked her to get to know her better.
Would you like to talk about where you are from?
I was born in Frankfurt, Germany due to my family being in
the service. I was raised in Denver, Colorado but I just moved from Colorado
Springs back to Denver.
Would you like to talk about your family?
I am married with two kids. My babies are 3 years old
(Lailah) and 1 year old (Ty’Len). I have been with my husband Quinn for 8 years
and married 5 years.
What things do you NOT like to do?
I do not like to do anything concerning ANY type of insect
and that includes killing them. I hate bugs.
What’s your favorite movie?
I have many favorite movies so choosing one will definitely
be hard. I absolutely love Norbit, The Little Rascals, and Hocus Pocus.
If you could go anywhere in the world, where
would you go?
I would go to Germany of course, it looks beautiful and I’d like to participate in some of their traditions, taste the food just visit their culture for a little while since I was born there and have no idea what it’s like.
Ty’Esha will be at the PASCAL location on campus. If you’re curious about what PASCAL is, you can read more about it here, or visit their website here.
Some of the staff at HSL recently began working on digitizing the Shikes paper items from the Shikes medical artifacts donation. The items are in the process of being digitized and added to the Mountain Scholar digital repository. So far, you can see the medical lecture tickets in the repository.
Check out the gallery of the Medical Lecture Tickets:
Paul Andrews, who works with the artifacts here at HSL, proposed the project since the paper items are great additions to HSL’s repository. Check back as the staff work on digitizing the other paper items, including advertising materials, photographs, and postcards!