Monthly Archives: December 2010

Freshmen Anthologies are in!

The notorious Freshmen Anthology project is a foreboding one, but as usual CCS’s newest class pulled through in style! For the assignment, the class is randomly divided into quarters, making for around 5 students per group. Each group gets to … Continue reading

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iPad, SonyReader, and AmazonKindle in the Schulz Library!

Thanks to a generous donation from The Will and Ann Eisner Foundation Technology Initiative, a brand new iPad, SonyReader, and Kindle have joined our collection over at the Schulz Library! Just one of the many steps that we’re taking over … Continue reading

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Warning: there are cartoonists in the audience.

The idea hit Colleen Frakes like a baby grand piano after cutting the tenuous string tied to it: cartoonists drawing at the theater! The Portland Mercury recently featured an article called Comic Night at the Opera where they invited local … Continue reading

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Jen Vaughn Joins The Beat!

Jen Vaughn, a CCS alum and beloved Schulz librarian, has joined The Beat as a staff writer. The Beat is one of the most popular comics news source on the internet, offering late-breaking news about the industry and the medium. … Continue reading

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Three New Sections and One Beautiful Blog

Worry not, fair reader, this site will not be full of ridiculous photoshop illustrations save one! We here at the Schulz Graphic Novel Library invite you to stop for moment with your tea or coffee in hand and read some … Continue reading

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Lynd Ward: Master of the Wordless World

If ever a cartoonist or artist deserved a set of hard-cover collected works, it is the indelible Lynd Ward. Luckily, publishing company Library of America has released Six Novels in Woodcuts, a two book set, of Ward’s work. The son … Continue reading

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