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Shoen Library supports Marylhurst University and the promotion of lifelong learning by providing equal access for the community to relevant instruction, services and materials in a variety of formats. Library staff offer individualized attention and empower the information seeker with skills which will assist students in their education and beyond. We encourage our students to learn critical thinking through searching and exploring library resources.

Shoen Library assumes an innovative leadership role in technology on campus. Shoen Library values collaboration with faculty to support the intellectual growth of students. Library services are provided by skilled, service-oriented staff who maintain a positive team environment and who stay current in their areas of expertise.

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Paul Sutinen Discusses Avant-Garde and Kitsch

Paul Sutinen, director of art programs, will join local artists, critics and scholars for a discussion on Clement Greenberg's Avant-Garde and Kitsch at the Blackfish Gallery on April 19, 2014.

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April 01, 2014 – April 29, 2014

Streff Gallery: The William Stafford Calligraphy Project - Portland Society for Calligraphy

For this year's Portland Society for Calligraphy member exhibition, members were invited to create an artwork using the words of William Stafford a...

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May 08, 2014

Marylhurst Reading Series: Justin Hocking

Memoirist Justin Hocking will read from his debut memoir, The Great Floodgates of the Wonderworld (Graywolf Press). His writing has appeared in T...

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June 27, 2014

Teen Writers Workshop: All-student Reading

You are cordially invited to attend an all-student reading/exhibition by the participants in the 2014 show:tell: teen writers/artists workshop. T...

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