On this page you can browse through events that have already happened. If you want to see us bring back an old event, let us know!
Chewing the Facts discussion: Information Services to Diverse Users - 4-5 p.m. - Sept. 25 - P206 - Speakers: Professor Laura Saunders and Shelley Quezada of the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners and Simmons adjunct professor
Planning meeting of the Simmons Anti-Racism Working Group - 6:30-8:30 p.m. - Oct. 21 - L201 - Led by Katie Seitz
Brown bag lunch lecture on the Rich Coast Project - 12-1 p.m. - Oct. 24 - P206 - Speakers: Prof. Joel Blanco-Rivera and Katherine Beck, Director of the Rich Coast Project
Lecture presented by Prof. Lisa Hussey for the Anti-Racism Working Group - 12-1 p.m. - Nov. 4 - P207 - "Why Talk about Race and Racism in LIS?"
Boston Anarchist Bookfair - Nov. 10 & 11 - Paresky Center
Spectrum Scholars Fundraiser - 5-6:30 p.m. - Nov. 14 - Kotzen Center, Simmons College - "Sankofa: Remembering the Past to Plan for the Future"
Spectrum Scholars Fundraiser - 5-6:30 p.m. - Feb. 21 - Kotzen Center, Simmons College - Current and previous recipients told their stories
Chewing the Facts: After Aaron Swartz - Feb. 28 - Student Lounge - Discussion of open access, information freedom and other related issues in the aftermath of Swartz's suicide
Zines Discussion with Nicole Georges - March 5 - C105 - Talk and Demonstration on the history and process of zine-making
Brown Bag Lunch: Bookbinding and Papermaking with Katherine Ruffin from Wellesley College - March 21 - Talk and demonstration. In conjunction with SCoSAA
Archives Without Borders: Transitional Justice and Archives in Post-Conflict Guatemala - April 2 - Professor Joel Blanco-Rivera was the guest speaker. In partnership with SCIRRT
Prison Book Program Book Drive - about one month leading up to April 13 - Student Lounge/Somerville Public Library - We asked students and the community to drop off approved books to these locations. On April 13, officers dropped them off at the collection point
Global Service Day/Stand Against Racism - April 26 - Throughout Campus - In conjunction with the Scott/Ross Center, PLG officers and members tabled to get students to sign petitions to stand against racism
GSLIS Swap-o-Rama - April 27 - Student Lounge - In a partnership with SCIRRT, we invited all of GSLIS to swap books, clothes, tech and ideas at this end of semester event
Chewing the Facts/Ribbon Cutting: Our Little Locker Library - Sept. 17 - Student Lounge - Discussion of little free libraries and the inauguration of our own
Boston Anarchist Bookfair - Nov. 9-11 - Paresky Center
Bookmaking Workshop - Dec. 4 - P210 - with GSLIS student Emily Hopkins