Paint, Color and Sip on Friday, March 3rd

Are you ready to unwind after finals week? If so, then you are going to love our new activity this Friday night in the Bellevue University Library. We are calling this activity “Paint, Color and Sip.”   We will provide all of the supplies:  paint, canvas, and brushes. All you need to do is let […]

National Color Therapy Month

When people think of March, they think of St. Patrick’s Day and Spring.  We also think of color because we have just made it through the winter months and spring is on its way.  That is why in 2011, Eleyne-Mari founded March as National Color Therapy Month during the month of March.  Her motto is, […]

Black History Month

Here at the Bellevue University Freeman Lozier Library, we want to celebrate Black History Month by highlighting some of our collection that was written by or is about some of history’s greatest black heroes. Read on for more!   Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglas, an American slave By Frederick Douglas First Published in […]

Once Upon a Time…

“Once upon a time…” is how a great many stories start off. A few simple words compelling your mind to paint pictures of far off places, daring sword fights, magic spells, and maybe even a prince in disguise. National Tell a Fairy Tale Day is celebrated on February 26th each year. As the name states, […]

New Tutorials

2016 saw the debut of Bellevue University Library’s brand new, up to date website. A decision was made that all of our current database tutorials should reflect this change and that new tutorials should be created.  After studying three years of data concerning tutorial usage, a list was created to help us decide which tutorials […]

“First in the Hearts of his Countrymen”

285 years ago today, George Washington was born in Westmoreland County, Virginia. During his 67 years on this earth, Washington served many roles; he was a son, brother, husband, surveyor, gentleman farmer, soldier, delegate, and President of the United States. He experienced joy, disappointment, loss, victory, and defeat, and  lived his life as an honorable […]

Genealogy LibGuide Review

Who do you think you are? People have always been interested in tracing their roots and building family trees, but with the Internet at our fingertips and the digitalization of so many types of records, this has become more popular and easier to accomplish. Now from the comfort of your own home, you can be an […]

How Non-verbal Language Works

This past week we celebrated Valentine’s Day as well as International Flirting week. Here at the library, we even had a fun activity making Valentine’s! Now, Love can be complicated, especially during international Flirting Week. With the help of some tips on non-verbal language, perhaps this week can be made easier. The way we celebrate […]

February is National Women Inventors Month

Do you use windshield wipers, coffee filters, and square bottomed paper bags?  How about a dishwasher, liquid paper, or a circular saw? All of these items were invented by women. Useful though they are, women inventors have improved our lives far beyond these everyday items. February is National Women Inventors Month, and a good time […]

Valentine’s Day Programs and Resources at the Library

Are you worried that your funds can’t stretch far enough to give your beloved a memorable Valentine’s Day?  If that’s the case, you’re not alone.  For sweethearts on a budget, the Bellevue University Library is a great resource to help you make your Valentine’s Day romantic and one to remember without breaking the bank.   […]