Dr. Sally Browder, Associate Professor of Psychology "The Gender Gap in Science."
Gems of Health Information & Statistics and Arsenic & Old Lace: Identifying Chemical Hazards in Everyday Life
December 2004 Free Snowflakes at the library! Come and get a free snowflake to cut out!
Amnesty Days Bring cans, bags, or boxes of food to the library and we'll forgive your fees, fines, and over dues. The food goes to "Help and Hope" of Batesville.
November 1, at 3 PM @ the library.
Tricks and Treats. Come to the front desk at the library and let us show you some tricks for navigating in Academic Search Premier. Then we'll give you a treat! How about a bag of M&M's or Starbursts?
An Evening of Love Poems- Tuesday, February 14, 7:30 p.m., Mabee-Simpson Library
The two-CD collection of folk music released by the Lyon College Regional Studies Center last spring will be the focus of two upcoming episodes of the radio program “Arkansongs.” Sounds of the Ozark Folk contains more than two hours of live music from the 1963 Arkansas Folk Festival. The recordings were originally made by Dr. John Quincy Wolf Jr., and donated by his widow, Bess Millen Wolf, to the Regional Studies Center.
Amnesty Days until May 4th. Bring us the food and books, and we'll forgive those overdue fines. The food will go to "Help and Hope" of Batesville to feed those less fortunate than you.
"World War II Remembered" August 30, Tuesday, 10:30. The Scottish Rite Freemasons of Arkansas and Mr. Gabe Gentry the director and editor, are donating this collection to the Mabee-Simpson Library at Lyon College. Dwane Treat (right) head of Scottish Rite Masonry in Arkansas, presents the DVD collection to Lyon President Walter Roettger.
"Lives of Quiet Desperation," and "Just Tuning My Air Guitar: Stories and Poems from the Arkansas Delta." November 6
The library offers forgiveness of overdue fines and fees if you bring back the books and give us food for "Help and Hope."
Ms. Marjorie Seasholtz retired at the end of August this year. The library hosted a reception in her honor on August 29th. She worked at the library for 7 years and we wish her well on her retirement adventures with grandson Bryce and husband Chuck.
The library display this month features Dr. Dorothy Landis Gray. Dr. Gray was professor of music at Lyon from 1946-1986. She will be on campus during Home Coming October 21 and 22 and will conduct an alumni choir for "The Kirkin O' the Tartans" on Sunday. The displays have original 1946 programs and the student newspaper the Highlander, as well as many photos of the choirs, Landis, and the Lassies and Lads. A contest was also held and a total of about 50 pounds of candy was given away to those students who could guess who the "mystery lady" was in the display cases. (Dorothy Landis Gray)
Dr. Thomas is an associate professor of biology at Lyon College, where he is also the campus representative to the Arkansas Space Grant Consortium. Before coming to Lyon College, Dr. Thomas helped to develop the life support systems for the International Space Station. He has also worked at summer programs at NASA's Ames and Kennedy Space Centers. Dr. Thomas actively pursues research in astrobiology, and is interested in all space missions that provide insight into the evolution and distribution of life in the Universe.
Dr. Beck presented life in Greece as Plato on August 31, at 4 p.m. at the Mabee Simpson Library.
Three members of the Lyon community are pooling their talents for a unique art show designed to "Burn the Buddha." On Sept. 11 at 7 p.m., the Mabee-Simpson Library will unveil the exhibit "Burning Buddha in Batesville." John Chiaromonte, Gary Harris, and Kenton Adler are the joint contributors, and the exhibit will run a month in the lobby of the library and is a form of micro art.
Dr. Lankford explores the ways ancient North Americans used the stars to create and inspire their stories and traditions.
Banned books, Homecoming photos from 1914-15.
Dahlquist bookshelf History of Baseball.
James L. (Skip) Rutherford An Early Look at the 2008 Election November 7, 7 p.m. @ Nucor Auditorium
Reception after @ library
Amnesty @ the Library
Display Reading Lists for the holidays
Dahlquist Shelf Christmas adult fiction
The Mabee-Simpson Library of Lyon College is displaying vintage wedding kimonos that are on loan from First Community Bank of Batesville, Arkansas. Mr. Dale Cole, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, purchased them from his friend, Harvey Bell who currently resides in Japan. The gowns will be displayed until the end of January and the display is open to the public. Call 307-7444 for more information.
John Chiaromonte will be at the library on January 22, at 11 a.m. to open the micro exhibit “Beuys will be Beuys
The lecture is on February 27, Wednesday, at noon and is free and open to the public.
March 25, Tuesday, NOON @ the Mabee Simpson Library
David Sonnier, associate professor of computer science at Lyon College, is presenting Fides et Ratio (Faith and Reason) at the Mabee Simpson Library
A good-bye reception was held for Deanna Devall at the Mabee-Simpson Library on May 1, at 4:30. Deanna is leaving the library, moving, and getting married!
Fall Semester Hours
Sunday: 2 p.m. - Midnight
Monday -Thursday: 8 a.m. - Midnight
Friday: 8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Saturday: 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Closing at 5 p.m., November 21
Closed November 22-25
Opening November 26 at 6 p.m.
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