Author Rebecca Weber

Evans Library
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Evans Library has launched a public art project. A whiteboard on the library’s first floor will feature a weekly question which everyone can answer. Come by, pick up a marker, and contribute.

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It’s past library hours and you’re working on a research paper. Where are the best sources for articles and other scholarly materials? Is there one place where you can find information on the best books/e-books, article databases, reference materials, and government resources? Yes, there is! Research subject and course guides are especially created by our professional librarians to provide our students with the BEST in library resources and beyond…

Campus & Community
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One of life’s little pleasures is the serendipitous learning opportunity, a chance to quickly learn something about a topic with which you may have little familiarity. The U.S. National Archives’ Document of the Day website , which can be conveniently delivered to you each day via an RSS feed, provides just such opportunities.

Drawn from the endless variety of the National Archives’ collection, each day’s selection can reflect virtually any aspect of American history and culture from the founding of the nation to the present day. In the event that you find your curiosity piqued, the website also provides links to related material in the Archives’ collection.

Evans Library
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The Evans Library Favorite Banned Books blog posts were done in conjunction with the Crimson’s Eat Free or Live Free Event. Both show the value of free speech and the ability of individuals to make choices. Librarians are known for championing these rights, and we were glad to show support for the Crimson, too!