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Enjoy math/art, story-telling, a Civil War exhibition, the prize wheel, & more! Libraries activities @ Rutgers Day 2013

The Rutgers University Libraries invite visitors to campus to enjoy a bunch of family-friendly activities for Rutgers Day 2013 - Saturday April 27th. Visitors are welcome to join us for...

Alexander Library Exhibit and Self-Guided Tour
Stop by the Alexander Library on College Avenue and view the "Struggle Without End: New Jersey and the Civil War" exhibition, which features archival letters, diaries, photographs, and artifacts from Rutgers' collections that illustrate our state's many connections to this wrenching historic conflict. At the Alexander Library, 169 College Ave, from 1:00 to 5:00 pm.

Animal Tales
Listen to fun, furry, feathered, and scaled animal tales read by members of the Rutgers University Libraries community. All ages welcome! At the Libraries' table in the Voorhees Mall area, from 10am - 4pm.

Polynomiography: Making Art with Numbers
An interactive event on polynomiography, as well as an exhibit about the intersection between the arts and sciences. Take home your own artwork! At the Libraries' table in the Voorhees Mall area, from 10am - 4pm.

Put yourself in a READ Poster
Like to read? Let the world know by making your very own READ poster! Bring your camera and we'll snap a photo for you! At the Libraries' table in the Voorhees Mall area, from 10am - 4pm.

Rutgers University Libraries' table
Visit our information kiosk and enjoy an array of fun activities! Our knowledgeable library staff is here to answer your questions and describe the resources and services the library offers to Rutgers, alumni, and the New Jersey community. Spin the prize wheel and win a Libraries' memento to take home. At the Libraries' table in the Voorhees Mall area, from 10am - 4pm.

For more information on Libraries activities on Rutgers Day, please send an email to rutgersday@rulmail.rutgers.edu

The Libraries are grateful to our hard-working coordinators for Rutgers Day 2013 - Rebecca Gardner, Kim Kaiser, and Katrina Zwaaf.

Katrina Zwaaf is a Library Assistant in Distributed Technical Services and one of the coordinators of the Rutgers University Libraries @ Rutgers Day 2013.
Kerim Dere, a sophomore in the School of Arts and Sciences, is a student worker in Alexander Library.
Kaylee Conner, a senior in the School of Engineering, is a student worker in Alexander Library..




Posted April 19, 2013