We have an “eventful” week coming up at the library, beginning with Jerry Griswold’s lecture on April 20 (see previous post). On April 21, two guest speakers will visit the library, the first being George Peale, professor of modern languages and literatures at CSU–Fullerton. His presentation, which will be given in Spanish, is titled “Dos Calas en las Estructuras Profundas de la Tragedia Moderna–El Caballero de Olmedo de Lope y Lorca.” The location is Room LL430 and the time 2 p.m. Sponsoring this event are the Sociedad Estudiantil de Lenguas, Artes 7 Culturas Hispanicas and the SDSU Department of Spanish and Portuguese.

Also on April 21 will be a lecture given by Thomas Morgenfeld, a retired Navy captain and former test pilot. His talk will be held in Room LL430 at 7 p.m., and it’s sponsored by the SDSU Student Branch of the American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics.

The Hugh C. Hyde Living Writers Series continues on April 22 with a reading by mother and son authors Debra Ginsberg and Blaze Ginsberg. Come to Room LL430 at 7 p.m. and prepare to be enlightened!