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Celebrating Black History Month: Science Fiction

The Library offers many resources that document, commemorate, and celebrate Black history and experiences in the U.S. Each week this month, we’ll feature some of these resources. Today we highlight science fiction written by Black women. Kindred by Octavia Butler is widely regarded as modern classic, a best seller as well as a foundational literary […]

Celebrating Black History Month

The Library offers many resources that document, commemorate, and celebrate Black history and experiences in the U.S. Each week this month, we’ll feature some of these resources. Today we highlight the book collection and primary sources online. Book Collection Book Display: Visit our Black History Month display near the Information Desk. Feel free to borrow […]

Vote 2020!

Exercise your right to vote in the November 3 election! Voting is a hard-won right that needs to be protected and is too often taken for granted. It’s our right and our responsibility! Did you know? The 26th Amendment lowered the voting age from 21 to 18 in 1971. Learn more from the National Museum […]

Extra Cool Student-Created Zine

We are pleased to display a zine created by Emily Monicken for her creative writing class. You can find Emily’s zine displayed on the main floor of the library (near the Christmas tree.) A part of Emily’s project is to collect responses from people who interact with her zine. So stop on by, check out […]

LGBT History Month

Happy LGBT History month! We’ve got several resources for you to explore. First, stop by the display inside the Library entrance to check out recommended books. Consult our  Guide to Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies to explore some of the many research resources available through our library’s print and online collections. You can also read about […]