New Databases Now Available!

The Library is pleased to announce the addition of three new database resources, now available for Bellevue University students, staff, and faculty. ProQuest Sustainability eBook Collection: The ProQuest Sustainability eBook Collection is an interdisciplinary collection of 5,300+ titles spanning 40+ subjects. Mapped to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), this collection enables students and […]

The End of the Dream by Neihardt

John G. Neihardt’s collection of short stories, The End of Dreams and Other Stories, combines well-researched facts about the Omaha tribe with stories that reach all of humanity. Originally published around the turn of the twentieth century, the stories are an insight into both the everyday lives and the beliefs and customs of Native peoples. […]

Neihardt, Nebraska Author

Renown for his writings on Native American culture and his poetry of the plains, John G. Neihardt holds the honor of being Nebraska’s first Poet Laureate and maintains this title in perpetuity. Born in 1881 in Illinois, he lived briefly in Kansas, residing in a sod house before moving to Kansas City, then Wayne, Nebraska […]

All About Apps Fall 2022

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!     Quizlet: Flashcards are a tried and true method for studying, and now you do not have to carry a bulky stack around. […]

The Mutant Who Came to Dinner. The Gentleman’s Name is Magneto!

The Mutant Who Came to Dinner.  The Gentleman’s Name is Magneto! Vision and the Scarlet Witch #6, Volume 2, December 1985 Synopsis of “No Strings Attached!” It is Thanksgiving Day 1985 in New Jersey and a small space craft appears out of the sky and lands near the home of Vision and the Scarlet Witch […]

Thanksgiving by the Numbers

While you’re making final dinner head counts, writing out your grocery list, and planning that marathon supermarket trip to fill your cart with all the basics this holiday season, did you ever stop to wonder about the numbers behind Thanksgiving? What was it like at the first Thanksgiving? Whether your questions are related to the […]

English Composition LibGuide

Whether it is reading a book, sending an email, or giving a presentation, having a firm grasp of the English language is vastly important in today’s world. Even those uninterested in Shakespeare or Strunk and White will inevitably do some reading and writing in their lives. And that is only the bare minimum: English Composition […]

Who is Your Inspiration?

Every November, “National Inspirational Role Models Month” recognizes and acknowledges those that inspire, guide, and teach you to be the best you can be.  Their positive outlook influences your everyday activities, motivates you to succeed, and encourages you to persevere.  This could be a friend, an employer, teacher, activist, celebrity, or clergy.  Regardless of who […]

National Cappuccino Day

With the dip in the outdoor temperatures, one is sure to enjoy a cappuccino on National Cappuccino Day which is celebrated on November 8th.  Cappuccinos are one of the most difficult espresso-based beverages to make properly. However, a skilled barista may create artistic shapes while pouring milk on top of the espresso coffee.  Cappuccinos are […]

Library of Things Collection

This fall we are introducing the new Library of Things (LoT) collection to the library! This collection will be made up of household items and will be available for students, faculty, and staff to check out for a week at a time. The LoT items include cookie cutters, a portable photo scanner, Bluetooth speaker, portable […]