Start Your Business Plan Today

Have you ever wanted to start a business but never had time, or, did not know where to start? Well, it’s never too early or too late to start a business plan. Did you know it was “National Write a Business Plan Month?” Why do we have a month to celebrate this? Well, no one […]

Library Hosts 38th Annual Holiday Party

The Bellevue University Library has a long-running tradition across the Bellevue University campus.  For the past 38 years the Bellevue University Staff has provided refreshments and musical entertainment to all Bellevue University employees and staff for its annual holiday party. The tradition continued on Wednesday December 13, 2017 as the Library’s in-house musical group “Sounds […]

Shop for the Holidays at the Book Fair!

December is here, which means the holiday shopping season is upon us. Perhaps you have already started your shopping or even finished by now, whichever the case; it’s time to shop some more while you are at Bellevue University! Yes, you read that correctly, whether you are on campus attending class, studying, practicing sports, working, […]

Letter Writing Day

Today is Letter Writing Day. With the rise of internet communication letter writing has arguably become something of a lost art, or perhaps even an altogether obsolete one. Why take the time to compose a letter (handwritten or typed) and post it when you can send a quick text or email that the recipient will […]

Ep. 26: Modern Fantasy on Film and TV

Welcome to Episode 26 of the “More Than Books” Podcast! Named after the official Bellevue University Library newsletter, each episode features library staff members discussing a topic related to literature, libraries, technology, pop culture, and more. Now available on iTunes! “More Than Books” Podcast – Ep. 26: Modern Fantasy on Film and TV Description: Joel and Colin discuss […]

Library Supports New Pathway Program

Applying to earn a college degree in the United States can be both an exhilarating and intimidating experience for those whose first language is not English.  Many of these potential learners are unsure if their English skills are proficient enough to support them through university level classes.  In an effort to provide necessary support to […]

Meaning of a Christmas Card

The custom of sending Christmas cards started in 1843 in the UK by Sir Henry Cole.  He was a government worker who had helped to set up the new “Public Record Office” (Post Office) where he was an Assistant Keeper.  He looked for a way that the office could be used more by ordinary people. […]

DemographicsNow Database

If you are searching for a new and exciting form of data that can really take your business research to the next level by emphasizing trends found in demographic information from the United States, look no further than the database, DemographicsNow. DemographicsNow allows users to generate reports which identify cultural patterns or sociological trends. Its […]

All About Apps Winter 2017

  We all enjoy apps that help us in our everyday life. We found a handful that you might be interested in adding to your collection. Be sure to check these out!   Mobile Passport: The last thing you want after a long international flight is to get stuck in an hours-long customs line. But […]

National Games and Puzzle Week

Today marks the tail end of Thanksgiving Week, and also of National Games and Puzzles Week. Working up the energy to do anything on the weekend after Thanksgiving can be difficult (those who are into shopping excepted), but one thing you might consider is playing tabletop games. Many families already have a tradition of playing […]