Monthly Archives: February 2010

Have you inconvenienced yourself today?

Today (February 24) is National Inconvenience Yourself Day. Have you inconvenienced yourself today? 🙂

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Dr. Bill Bass is coming March 4

Bill Bass, world famous forensic anthropologist, will offer a free lecture in the Roane State theatre (Roane county campus) at 7pm on Thursday, March 4. This will be Dr. Bass’ 3rd visit to Roane State to talk about his books … Continue reading

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Pat Wurth talks about Haiti — Tuesday, Feb. 23

Associate Professor Pat Wurth will speak about Haiti and her experiences helping the Haitian people at 2pm and again at 6:30pm on Tuesday, February 23 in the Oak Ridge campus City Room. Even before the devasting earthquake last month, Haiti … Continue reading

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Roane State’s Jazz Band Celebrates Black History Month with library performance

Come hear the Roane State jazz band will perform in the Roane campus library lobby from 12:30 to 2pm on Thursday, February 18. Drop by and help us celebrate Black History Month. Here’s video from a previous performance at the … Continue reading

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LexisNexis Academic off-campus access

We are getting reports of trouble accessing LexisNexis Academic off-campus. When you follow the LexisNexis Academic links from the library webpage from off-campus, you will be asked to login with your Raidernet username/password. After login, some people are finding that … Continue reading

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Meet Albert Baah, Ghanaian artist, on Monday, Feb. 8

Knoxville artist, Albert Baah, will showcase his work and meet with students at the Roane campus library from 10am to noon on Monday, February 8. Mr. Baah is originally from Ghana. Mr. Baah will bring several of his large oil … Continue reading

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