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April is a very busy month for monthly observances! It is: National Poetry Month, Arab American, Identity Month, Math Awareness Month, Financial Literacy Month, and Citizen Science Month. To celebrate them all, we have a longer reading list then usual. ...

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The Libraries are very excited to announce the creation of a seed library! If you are unfamiliar with seed libraries, they are basically places where individuals can “borrow” seeds to grow with the intention of harvesting and returning seeds at ...

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February is Black History Month and American Heart Month. Our subject librarians have highlighted books from our collection on these important topics. Black History Month Caste : The Origins of our Discontents, by Isabel Wilkerson The Underground Railroad: A Novel, ...

January has been celebrated as National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention month since 2011. By presidential decree, it will culminate with a National Freedom Day on February 1, 2021.  Human trafficking is considered a mondern version of slavery. It involves ...

Welcome to 2020 Open Access Week! Oct 19-26 is 2020 International Open Access week. This year’s theme is Open with Purpose: Taking Action to Build Structural Equity and Inclusion. An initiative of the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC), ...