The current puzzle at Brewer Library was finished this morning. The next puzzle will be out soon.
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From Calhoun’s Bulletin:
Before summer slips into fall and the luscious display of green leaves turn to yellow and orange and red, the Campus USA Tree Advisory Committee invites you to browse the display of books about ‘trees’ located on a special shelf near the front of Brewer Library, Decatur campus.
Some of the books on display include: Ginkgo: The Tree That Time Forgot by Peter Crane; The Life of a Leaf by Steven Vogel; Seeing Trees: Discover the Extraordinary Secrets of Everyday Trees by Nancy Ross Hugo; and the most recent edition of The Sibley Guide to Trees by David Allen Sibley.
Ronnie Sims, Chair, and the Tree Campus USA Advisory Committee are planning a service learning fall event to celebrate trees as the Committee ensures that the campus meets the Five Standards required in a proposal for the Decatur Cam-pus to be named a ‘Tree Campus USA 2014’!
Calhoun has been recognized as one of 12 community and technical colleges which have begun “the challenging work of identifying and implementing evidence-based strategies for closing achievement gaps and increasing student retention, persistence, and completion rates.”
The first book printed in the English language just sold at Sotheby’s auction house for 1,082,500 GBP ($1,823,363 USD). The Recuyell of the Histories of Troye was printed by William Caxton around 1473.
The Recuyell of the Histories of Troye is William Caxton’s own translation of an epic romance on the ‘Matter of Troy’, Le Recueil des histoires de Troye (c. 1463-64), by Raoul Lefèvre, who was probably a chaplain to Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy. The Recueil is not primarily a history of the Trojan war: it covers a much longer timespan from the foundation of the city, and focuses in particular on the first and second destructions of Troy by Hercules.