|Volume 20, 2014|
In case you missed the announcement last week, you should know that the Volume 20 of Anthology has been published and it showcases Tarleton students' exceptional creative talents.
A forum for student prose, poetry, and visual arts, Anthology began to take shape in 1994 through the efforts of two undergraduate students, Cris Edwards and Jimmy Hood, and two English and Languages Department faculty members, Benedda Konvicka and Marilyn Robitaille.
This dedicated team championed their vision, secured university funding and support, solicited and judged submissions, recruited help, designed the journal, and began ensuring their dream would withstand the test of time -- which it definitely has.
While Anthology has been available in print and online for quite some time, its distribution range has been fairly limited -- until now.
A recent Dick Smith Library digitization project has broadened access to this publication and created a searchable version of Anthology through The Portal to Texas History, which is created and maintained by the University of North Texas Libraries' Digital Projects Unit.
How to Access & Search Anthology
-- Click "Services and Resources" on the Dick Smith Library homepage.
-- Choose "Anthology Creative Arts Journal Archive."
---- Browse issues by year.
---- Search for items by title, creator, or keyword.
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Final Exam & End-of Semester Tips
Looking for inspiration? Need to get your creative juices energized? Need a mental break? No worries. Help is at hand:
-- Check out the Finals Frenzy resources and follow @TarletonExams on Facebook.
-- Peruse others' tips and share your own with the #TSUFinalsFrenzy hashtag on Twitter.
-- Enjoy a cup of coffee at the library and other hydration stations.
-- Take advantage of the library's extended hours.
-- Contact library staff if you have questions: "Ask a Librarian" | email@example.com | 254-968-9249