Miracle Madness – Saints vs Theologians! CHAMPIONSHIPS UPDATE

Miracle MadnessIt’s the Bout of the Blessed. The Fight of the Faithful. The Rivalry of the Righteous. The Duel of the Devoted.

This year’s Miracle Madness pits saints verses theologians!

Four rounds will have selections of saints and theologians. The one with the most votes at the end of the voting period will move on to the next bracket!

There will be one large bracket in the library lobby to check out the progress!

Round One Winners – Saints: St. Francis, St. John, St. Mother Teresa, St. Hildegard.
Round One Winners – Theologians: Bonhoeffer, Luther, Wycliffe, Kassani.

Round Two Winners – Saints: St. John the Apostle and St. Hildegard von Bingen. 
Round Two Winners – Theologians: Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Kassani. 

Round Three / Semi-Finals Winners: St. John the Apostle and Dietrich Bonhoeffer.

Voting times:

Check back during those dates and vote. Links for each specific round will be active.

You can also join in on the action by using this Miracle Madness Bracket!

Who will reign supreme? Vote for your favorite today!

(Note: We in no way believe any of these saints or theologians would fight each other or are better than the other. This is something only for fun.)




Brace Yourselves – Reference Librarians Are Here

Fuller Library is excited to announce the arrival of not one, but two Reference Librarians to the Fuller Library!

Audrey Chun is our Reference Librarian & Korean Studies Specialist. She knows Korean and can help Fuller’s Korean student population with their reference questions.

Natalya Pashkova is our Reference Librarian & Community Outreach Specialist. She will be assisting the Electronic Resources Librarian as well as the Archivist in planning events for the Fuller Library and establishing and strengthening our relationships in the community.

Both of these librarians can be reached at lib-reference@fuller.edu! Or if you would like to ask them a question or make an appointment, fill out this form!

Welcome to Fuller, Audrey and Natalya!

EndNote to Zotero

Please note:

Fuller’s subscription to EndNote will conclude on December 31, 2016. If you wish to use a bibliographic program, Zotero is highly suggested.

Zotero is an user-friendly, cloud based program and can sync your research anywhere using any computer. And best of all, it is FREE!

Check out our Resources page to find helpful material on Zotero.

If you have research in EndNote and want to know how to import them to Zotero, this link will take you to a step-by-step tutorial.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

Please feel free to contact lib-systems@fuller.edu if you have any questions!