Events & Exhibits
View through October 14, 2022
Wordless novels, a genre of visual storytelling that paved the way for today’s graphic novels, developed during the years of artistic, social, and political turmoil between the First and Second World War.
Having accessible, self-paced, 24/7 support for research and writing can help both busy students and instructors. Western Libraries has a suite of online resources created with this need in mind.
“Stories to Tell: A South Asian Perspective on COVID-19,” is a collection of ten oral histories documenting South Asian experiences during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Interested in learning more about the region in which we live? The Northwest Collection contains over 15,000 items with an emphasis on the Pacific Northwest region.
Whether you are looking for a quiet spot to study, or you are in search of a place to collaborate, the library has a variety of spaces to fit your needs.