Ahead of the release of World War Z, we've assembled some dispatches from across the globe during the Zombie Wars that weren't included in the original report.Note -- These first-hand accounts are not for the faint of heart. If you can't stomach reading about zombies or gore, read elsewhere.-- Ed.
Paul Bunyan Day is June 28. Who’s Paul Bunyan, you ask? Well, he’s the biggest, tallest lumberjack ever to walk on American soil. He’s so big, he dug the Great Lakes so that his pet ox, Babe, would have a place to drink. He’s so big, his kitchen is ten miles square.
Learn meditation and relaxation techniques. Tuesday, June 18 in Room 221. In this busy, fast-paced world, a balanced life often seems like an elusive commodity. Join Ms. Karin Silverman as she presents effective methods for creating a more satisfying lifestyle including harmonious relationships and a deep sense of peace.
Author Dinaw Mengestu brings the dislocation and feelings of relative isolation of Sepha Stephanos, an Ethiopian immigrant, to life. The horrific circumstances of the protagonist's departure from his home country at a tender age are detailed, and his encounter with the established Washington, D.C.
In partnership with Martha's Table, the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library is hosting a free clothing swap on Saturday, June 15.Bring at least two items of clean, gently used clothing, pair of shoes, or accessories you no longer want between June 7-June 15 to the Popular Services division (Rm. 110). Get free, new-to-you clothing, shoes and accessories in exchange!