Husky Fest 2012

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Libraries Exhibits and Activities - April 19-21

Celebrate Odegaard Undergraduate Library at 40 years as we prepare for a major renovation. An exhibit will highlight Odegaard’s history in pictures, stories and video. (more)
Location: Odegaard Undergraduate Library (hours)

Have your photo taken on the central staircase before it is demolished over the summer! Post it on your FaceBook, Twitter, or just print it and save it. (more)
Location: Odegaard Undergraduate Library (hours)

Putting faces to the architecture around us, view restored historic portraits of campus namesakes from Denny and Hutchinson to Gould and Suzzallo.
Location: Odegaard Undergraduate Library (hours)

Explore the architecture of Suzzallo and Allen Libraries, from the 1926 Reading Room in Suzzallo to the 1994 art installation in Allen Library, at your own pace. Pick up a tour brochure at the Suzzallo or Allen entrance.
Location: Suzzallo and Allen Libraries (hours)

See materials drawn from Libraries Government Documents, Special Collections and Microforms and Newspapers illustrating the long history of protest in Seattle – from 1910 to the present.  Hosted by Government Documents, Special Collections, Microforms and Newspapers (more)
Location: Suzzallo Library Ground Floor (Microforms and Newspapers) and Allen Library North Lobby (hours)

This half-day symposium brings together local activists and scholars to discuss why the urgent social issues of the time have generated an upsurge of populist demonstrations, including the Tea Party Patriots and Occupy Seattle movements. The symposium features a keynote address by Professor James Gregory, UW Department of History, panel discussions on the Occupy and Tea Party movements. (more)
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Location: Allen Library South, Research Commons
Saturday, April 21, 1-5pm

This exhibit celebrates the 50th anniversary of Century 21 and highlights the planning, design, promotion and activities of the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair. Look back on the World of Tomorrow!
Location: Allen Library 1st Floor Balcony (hours)