Audio Book Review on Exoplanets

The fall of 2017 is an exciting time for North American star-gazers: a full solar eclipse on August 21, a meeting of Venus and Jupiter on November 13, and an especially visible Geminid Meteor shower on December 13.  These events as well as continuous astronomical discoveries are drawing a great deal of attention from the […]

Words Have Power in Banned Books Week Events

Banned Books Week is celebrated each year in the fall, to bring awareness to the freedom to read. Even though some books are banned or challenged in schools for various reasons, libraries support open access to all expressive works. The American Library Association is a strong advocate for the freedom to read and publishes the […]

Mango Languages

As our country becomes more multicultural you may feel the need to need to better understand the many of the world’s languages. If you find yourself wanting to know more about different languages the library has the database for you, Mango Languages. Mango Languages is an interactive, mixed media language learning resource that contains courses […]

BRUIN Homecoming 2017

The week of Monday September 18-22, 2017, Bellevue University alumni, students, faculty and staff banded together to begin a new tradition on the Bellevue University campus.  This new tradition is BRUIN Homecoming!  Throughout the week there were special student activities on campus including a photo scavenger hunt, intramural co-ed dodge ball, and an evening bonfire.  […]

New Arrivals for Fall 2017

We have received the following titles in the last quarter. Interested? Check them out! List compiled by Jessica Omer.   10 Cloverfield Lane DVD PN1995.9.H68 T46 2016 Hacksaw Ridge DVD PN1995.9.W3 H33 2017 The Guest Room: A Novel Audio BookPS3552.O495 G84 2016ab The Adolescent Brain: Changes in Learning, Decision-Making and Social Relations BF724.C69 2017 The […]

Ep. 25: Free Speech, Censorship, and the Internet

Welcome to Episode 25 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. 25: Free Speech, Censorship, and the Internet Description: Joel and Colin discuss […]

Celebrate the Sesquicentennial with Nebraska 150 Books

One way to celebrate the Nebraska Sesquicentennial during this banner year of 2017 is to add some titles from the Nebraska 150 Books initiative to your personal reading program. Nebraska 150 Books has been evolving for more than two years. In 2015, a book selection committee of teachers and librarians devised a list of literature […]

A Discussion of Ice and Fire: Game of Thrones Lunch & Learn

Game of Thrones, HBO’s hit show adapted from the “A Song of Ice and Fire” book series by George R.R. Martin, recently wrapped up its seventh season a few weeks ago. The Bellevue University Library will be hosting a Lunch and Learn Game of Thrones discussion panel about the series on Tuesday, September 26th, moderated by […]

Remembering 9/11

Where were you September 11, 2001?  Bet you will never forget, and as a result of that fateful day, every September 11th Americans observe this day as the National Day of Service and Remembrance.  The more common name is “Patriot Day,” not to be confused with Patriot’s Day, which commemorates the battles of Lexington and […]