The opening celebration and dedication for the Wilson Library and Landis Academic Center will be held Feb. 3, 1996, beginning at 2 p.m. Students, faculty and staff are invited. The new facility will open for business on Jan. 4, which is the first day of classes for the January interterm.
The library’s current location will close on Dec. 20 for the academic break.
Studious residents will be rewarded with a visit from the Finals Fairy on Wednesday, Dec. 13. Any student studying in the residence halls with his or her door open between the hours of 10 and 11 p.m. will receive candy from the Finals Fairy.
The Athletic Department is selling t-shirts to commemorate the football team’s 1995 SCIAC championship. The shirts are $13. See Don Morel, head football coach, in the football office for more information.
There will be no Immaculate Conception and Guadalupe Celebrations on campus this year. However, celebrations will be held at various local churches today and over the weekend. Call the Holy Name of Mary Catholic Church in San Dimas, at (909) 599-1243, or Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Church in Claremont, at (909) 626-3596, for more information.
Opportunities for international study in countries outside of western Europe, Canada, Australia and New Zealand are currently being offered by the National Security Education Program. Students majoring in the sciences, education, mathematics, engineering, medicine/health or computer science are encouraged to apply. The deadline is Feb. 1. For more information, call (800) 618-6737.
Library of Poetry
The National Library of Poetry has announced that $24,000 in prizes will be awarded this year to over 250 poets in the North American Open Poetry Contest. Deadline for the contest is Dec. 31. Entry is free. Mail entries to The National Library of Poetry, 11419 Cronridge Dr., P.O. Box 704-1986, Owings Mills, MD 21117. Poems must be no longer than 20 lines. The name and address should appear on the page.
—Andrea Gardner, Monica Schwarze, Amy Borer