The Ars Poetica LibGuide was recently added to the Tutt Library Research Guides just before Valentine's Day. It will be updated in the coming months to include information about Tutt Library's Annual Haiku Contest (coming soon, in March), events and happenings during National Poetry Month (April), and literary news regarding campus poetry events, contests, readings, publications, etc. If you are interested in poetry resources, or Tutt's offerings of databases, books, Special Collections, and much more, check out Ars Poetica
Did you know that CC Special Collections has a large collection of unique and rare materials concerning Camp Amache, the Japanese-American WWII internment camp in Granada, Colorado? Yes, we do, and a good portion of the materials have been digitized. Above is a photograph of the children who lived in the camp ca. 1943. Visit our Camp Amache page for a full description of the collections with links to digital images of documents.
Did you know that Booker T. Washington delivered a speech to a standing-room-only crowd at Colorado College in 1900? Yes, he did! To learn more about the history of African-Americans at Colorado College, we invite you to view a mini-exhibition in the Tutt Library atrium during February 2014. Here's the Black Student Union in 1979: