Monthly Archives: August 2012

Currently on Display – AU Faculty: Life Outside the Classroom

Do you have a favorite professor?  Do you know what he/she did before coming to AU?  Did he/she have any hobbies?  Come and see Esther Ballou’s compositions and programs, Jack Child’s photographs and stamp collection, and Al Mott’s personal diaries which illustrate aspects of the private lives of three former faculty members. The exhibit is on the third floor of the library and will run through the end of the semester.

On Display: Once an Eagle, Always and Eagle: The Campus Scene 1925-2000

Did you know that AU students participated in campus clean-up activities as far back as the 1930s?  Are you curious about AU history? Check out the library’s newest exhibit, Once an Eagle, Always an Eagle: The Campus Scene 1925-2000.  Through photographs and publications from the University Archives, you can get a taste of undergraduate life at AU over the years.  You will discover AU’s artistic and literary accomplishments as well as learn about freshman rules and other traditions including homecoming and orientation. The exhibit will be on display on the first floor of the Library through the end of the semester.