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11/4 – Japanese Tea Ceremony at the Library

Join the Library for a demonstration of the tea ceremony – a time-honored Japanese tradition of preparing and presenting green tea.

Wednesday, November 4th @ 4:00 PM
Lynn Library, 2nd Floor Landing

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The Tradition of the Japanese Tea Ceremony (Chanoyu)
Tea Ceremony is ritualized preparation and drinking of powdered gr
een tea in Japan. The host performs the demonstration in the Omotesenke school manner. At this event, it will embrace Ryu-rei (the standing style). Ryu-rei allows a host to offer tea outside, or where a tea room is not available.

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Meet the Host — Soei Chieko Mihori
Soei Chieko Mihori has made a lifelong study of the tea ceremony. “Soei” is a title given to the tea ceremony master from the Omotesenke School. She has been offering tea ceremony lessons in Delray Beach’s Morikami Museum since 1993.

For more information, call 561-237-7708 or email


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April 30th is Poem in your Pocket Day!

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Poem in Your Pocket Day
Lobby, 11:00am-2:00pm
Discover an amazing poem in your pocket! To close out National Poetry Month, we will be handing a free poem in your pocket to everyone who visits Lynn Library!

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April is National Sexual Assault Awareness Month…

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April is National Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM).The Library is teaming up with the Women’s Center to give more information about this important topic: books, articles, DVDs, and information sheets will be provided to the Lynn community to raise awareness and prevention! Check out our resource list  ‘Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) List‘ on our Library’s catalog, LynnQUEST, where you can search for books, music, and other things owned by Lynn Library.

The Women’s Center is also collecting donation for sexual assault survivors during the entire month of April

When: All month
Time: All day
Locations: The Library, Student Financial Services, Student Center (2nd floor),  and the Institute for Achievement and Learning.

Donations Boxes benefit the Butterfly House, our local Rape Crisis Center.
All items must be new. No gently used items.

  • flip-flops
  • comfortable clothing
  • gum, snack items (protein bars, other healthy snacks)
  • bottled water
  • drinks – soda, boxed juices
  • personal care items (toothpaste, toothbrush, deodorant, baby powder body spray, fragrance lotions etc.)
  • underwear and sports bras. Small to XXXL.

Women’s Center SAAM Events

Denim Days
When: April 3rd and 17th
Time: All day
Location: Lynn University
In 1992, an 18 year old female was raped in Italy by her driving instructor. The case was overturned by the High Court, which stated that, since she was wearing tight jeans, the rapist could not have done this by himself. The women of the Italian legislature protested by wearing jeans. Join the Lynn University community in participating in Denim Day to honor victims/ survivors of sexual assault by wearing denim for the day. Employees can pay $5 at Employee Services to wear jeans. Students are encouraged to participate as well.

The Clothesline Project
When: April 6th– 10th
Time: 12pm– 4pm
Location: ASSAF Courtyard
The Clothesline Project is a visual display that bears witness to the violence against men and women. During this week, a clothesline will be hung displaying shirts made by Lynn students, staff and faculty members. Each shirt is decorated to represent a particular victim’s experience, by the survivor or by someone who cares about them. If you would like to create a shirt, please stop by the ASSAF courtyard between 12pm and 4pm during this week

50 shades of Consent
When: April 15th
Time: 12pm
Location: Wold Salon

Let’s get curious and cautious by exploring the topic of sexual consent. Inspired by the novel and movie 50 Shades of Grey we will host an open forum to address consent and healthy  relationships as they relate to the popular E.L. James story. Be sure to invite your friends, pizza and refreshments will be served.

Take Back the Night
When: April 23rd
Time: 6pm
Location: Perper Plaza

Take Back the Night is an international event with the mission of ending sexual violence in all forms. Join us as we march, hear from survivors and speakers and attend a vigil intended as a protest and direct action against rape and other forms of sexual violence

For more information about these events, please contact Charlotte Muriel, Women’s Center at (561) 237-7955 of

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We are pleased to honor you… Published Faculty Reception

Every year, the Library and the Office of Academic Affairs join together to honor Lynn members who have contributed to the University’s body of scholarly communications. The following will be recognized at the 7th Annual Published Faculty Reception, Thursday, April 9, at 4:30 p.m. in the Wold Salon. Refreshments will be served. (Is there any Lynn event without food?)

Honored faculty in 2011

Publications, Presentations, and Compositions

College of Business and Management

James Downey, Lindsley Deveau (posthumously), Robert Reich

College of Education

Kelly Burlison, Nancy Kline, Priscilla Boerger

College of International Communication

Denise Belafonte, Stephanie Powers

College of Arts & Sciences

Andrew Halloran, Bonnie Bonincontri, Carrie Simpson, Cassandra Korte, Christopher Rice, Cristina Lucier, Jonathan Sperry, Khalique Ahmed, Robert Watson, Sanne Unger, Sindee Kerker

Conservatory of Music

Roberta Rust, Thomas McKinley

Institute for Achievement and Learning

Shara Goudreau


College of Business and Management

Brian Sommer, Joseph Ingles, Lisa Dandeo, Matteo Peroni

College of International Communication

Carmeta Blake

College of Arts & Sciences

Anna Krift, Daniel Ceccoli, Darren Allen, Debra Ainbinder, Gary Villa, Joseph Greaney, Joseph Hall, Judith Adelson, Karen Casey, Marcheta Wright, Mark Jackson, Mark Luttio, Maureen Goldstein, Michael Lewis, Robert Watson, Roberto Cadilhe, Ronald Weissman, Sanne Unger, Stephen Aiello, Terence McCorry, Thomas Ferstle

Institute for Achievement and Learning

Wilson Ono


Leecy Barnett

If you have already contacted me about your publication, presentation, or composition, and your name has been left off the list, please let me know. If you have written or contributed to an iBook that was published from February 2014-January 2015, and do not see your name above, please contact me at or 561-237-7059.

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Party on the Patio

Library officially opens 2nd Floor library patio on Tuesday afternoon.

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The library can get a little cold sometimes; the patio allows students to study outdoors while they enjoy the breeze from outside.

The patio has been opened since the beginning of the semester, but many students were unaware. The Library came up with the idea to have a party to let everyone know about the study area.

Mother Nature had her way with the rain that afternoon, but it didn’t stop the festivities.


Students, faculty and staff enjoyed food and drinks provided by Lynn’s catering staff, outdoors on the patio and inside on the second floor landing. Students seemed to appreciate the extra space now, and are happy the library made the move.


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About Barbara Calixte

Barbara is a Freshman and Broadcast Journalism major at Lynn University and loves modeling and volunteering.