Ken Sholes and Viewing of “The Strange History of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”

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Date: October 26, 2015
Time: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Location: Miller Center Auditorium, MC 122

The Telling Project‘s Ken Sholes will be speaking about his service in the Navy and giving his version of events which led to an early exit from the military. The HBO documentary, “The Strange History of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” will be viewed with a reception following the event.

“Filmed during the final 15 months of the law, THE STRANGE HISTORY OF DON’T ASK, DON’T TELL interweaves archival news footage and interviews with key players, from policy experts to Pentagon personnel, as well as personal accounts by a number of actively serving gay soldiers” — HBO Documentaries Synopsis

Co-sponsored by the Veteran’s Resource Center, the LGBT Resource Center, and the University Library

William Marcellous Lindgren Asian Art Collection


Come see the new display of St. Cloud State’s large collection of Asian art, much of which is on view for the first time. This fascinating collection includes paintings, stone carvings, metalwork, and ceramics from many different countries, spanning many centuries.

Donated by former SCSU Professor William Lindgren, this unique collection of artwork is on display on the third floor of the Miller Center near University Archives and Special Collections.

Drop by the Library to find out more and to see the collection for yourself – it’s free and open to the public!

You can also find more information here at


Haunted Happenings in the Library

October is in full swing here in the Library!spider-977350_1920

Join us for these festive events:

The Travel and Tourism Club’s
Pumpkin Carving Contest Voting
Oct. 27, 28, & 29
10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Miller Center Lobby

The Paranormal Society’s
Labyrinth in the Library
Oct. 28 & 29
6:00 pm – 11:30 pm
Library Basement (West)

Film: The Exorcist
Oct. 29
6:00 pm
Miller Center Auditorium, Room 122

Beat the Winter Blues!

FullSpectrumLightsCome to the Library, first floor west, and study near the full-spectrum lights in our wellness area.

Full-spectrum lights mimic natural, outdoor light. Sitting in front of these lights for 15-30 minutes can improve your mood, energy, and concentration.

The lights are on daily (October 1 – May 1) until 1:00 pm.

Co-sponsored by the Learning Resources Services and Counseling & Psychological Services