Library Events

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Library Events

About Us

The STC Library is committed to providing a welcoming and learning centered environment. Through our Library events, we engage our community and strive to support the curriculum. The Library continually collaborates with other STC departments to put together great events for our students and community. Library Services looks forward to bringing speakers, movies and other events to each of our five campuses.

Current & Upcoming Events

Fall Festival 2021

Fall Festival At Your Campus Libraries!
Join us for fun, information, and prizes!

Biotech: Cat Microbiomes
Dr. Sandra Porter presents on biotechnology, cats, and more!

Previous Events

Why Volunteer?

Why Volunteer?
Join us for a presentation on the benefits of volunteer work!

Author Visit with Jo Reyes-Boitel
Celebrate Pride with author Jo Reyes-Boitel!

Juneteenth with JUSTUSarts
A special presentation in honor of Juneteenth.

A Brief History of African American Suffragists - Recording Available

A Brief History of African American Suffragists
The recording for this event is now available!

Chef talk & cooking demo

Chef Medrano on The Cooking Spot
Chef talk & cooking demo from Chef Medrano!

Shakespeare’s Anatomy of Love: Much Ado About Nothing
Scholar Paul Cantor discusses "Much Ado About Nothing," April 6th at 6:30pm CDT.

Black History Month Virtual Event: “Learning to Love Lincoln”
Scholar Diana Schaub discusses Frederick Douglass - Feb. 25th at 3:00pm.

Family Reading Night 2020
Join the parade at Mid-Valley Campus Library: October 21, at 5:30pm!

Transforming Our World: Through Poetry
Join us for multiple events about poetry's role in the human experience!

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