- Major: Music
- Class of: 2016
- Hometown: Wilson, NC
- Activities: Operas, Choirs, Classic Movies, Trying new coffees
Congratulations to Caleb Skinner, EKS Library Featured Student Assistant. Caleb is a Junior majoring in Music, minoring in English, and this is his third year working at the library. He helps with many special projects at the Library, and has a great rapport with both staff and patrons. Caleb stays busy on and off campus with opera, choirs, and tutoring. He is has a choir internship at Wingate Baptist Church.
Originally from Wilson, NC, Caleb enjoys trying new coffee shops, classic movies, cats, and researching opera, operetta and musical theater.
After graduation, he plans to go to graduate school to study vocal performance and stage direction.
And the band played on
PN1995.9.A435 A53 2010
Flip the coin: the bitter taste of tea
HD9198.A2 F55 2009
The Kobe case
HV8079.R35 K63 2003
PN1997 .P38 2009
A sister’s call
RC514 .S55 2012
HD9585.A66 T69 2012
HF5825 .A38 2011
So you want to be a designer?: a how-to guide to product design. Sustainable packaging
TS171.A5 S6 2011
Q173 .C36 2005
Marketing research and segmentation
HF5415.2 .M37 2010
Mosby’s nursing video skills. Basic, intermediate and advanced skills
RT41 .M67 2014
Normal people scare me
RC553.A88 N67 2006
Searching for Angela Shelton
HV6561 .S43 2004
Shadow voices: finding hope in mental illness
RC464.A1 S53 2005
The Friends of the Ethel K. Smith Library and the WiRE Reading Program will host an Author’s Luncheon in the LaVerne Banquet Hall on Thursday, October 30th. The schedule of events are as follows
- 12:30 p.m. — Luncheon
- 1:00 p.m. — Author Talk
- 1:20 p.m. — Book Signing
The campus community welcomes author Margaret Trost as the 2014 WiRE common reading author. Trost is founder and director of the What If? Foundation, which provides funding for up to 7,500 meals a week to Haiti’s children, offers educational scholarships, and supports a summer camp in Port-au-Prince. A home-based business entrepreneur and former public television producer, she lives in Northern California.
Join us as Trost speaks about providing hope and opportunity for a brighter future for the children in Port-au-Prince. For more information, visit her website.
Reservations are required and must be made by October 24th. Please contact Christy Inge at 704.233.8091 or firstname.lastname@example.org. General admission is $30.00, students $15.00. The Office of the Vice President of Academic Affairs will cover the expense of one nontransferable ticket for each faculty member who makes a reservation to attend. Faculty should mention their faculty status to Christy Inge when making a reservation.
China: global factory?
HD9736.C62 C453 2011
PN1997.5 .M662 2013
Sagrada: el misteri de la creacio´
NA5811.B28 S247 2013
- Major: Biology
- Class of: 2015
- Hometown: Valdese, NC
- Activities: Panhellenic President, ΑXΔ, Genetics Lab Assistant, Student Involvement Assistant
Congratulations to Kristen Earwood, the Ethel K. Smith’s Library Featured Student Assistant. Kristen is a senior majoring in Biology, and this is her fourth year working at the library. She helps with many special projects at the Library, and has a great rapport with both staff and patrons. Kristen stays busy on campus as the Panhellenic President, a member of Alpha Xi Delta, a Genetics Lab Assistant, and a Student Involvement Assistant. Originally from Valdese, NC, Kristen enjoys hiking, painting, and cooking. After graduation, she plans to go to graduate school to become a Physician’s Assistant.
The Library will operate on an abbreviated for Fall Break.
- Friday, October 10: 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
- Saturday, October 11: Closed
- Sunday, October 12: Closed
- Monday, October 13: 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
- Tuesday, October 14: 8:00 a.m.-11:00 p.m.
The Library’s full schedule will resume on Wednesday, October 15.
M1500.M69 I36 2006
L’Incoronazione di Poppea
M1500.M66 I52 2012
PN1997.2 .S65 2009
Randall S. Sprick.