Inspirations

  Happy GIS Day! November 15, 2017 marks international GIS Day – a day devoted to demonstrating the real-world applications of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology and how it makes a difference within our society. This global movement brings together universities, government agencies, schools, non-profits, and GIS...

Hats off to the Ski Archives Board who put on an incredible party to benefit the library’s Ski Archives! More than 500 skiiers, snowboarders, athletes, outdoor enthusiasts, and volunteers gathered at Little America Hotel on November 7 for the 27th Ski Affair event that included...

“…yours until the final ghosts from darkened fires rise like filaments on the low blue-grey edge of light and air, to shine like music must, momentarily, to the blind.”Autumn’s End Christopher Buckley Lagniappe Press, 1992 PS3552 U339 A98 1992 Printed in October 1992 with 12 point Dante. The poem first appeared in “Hubbub,” Fall 1992....