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Spring Break Hours

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Sticking around for Spring Break?  Don't worry, we're here too. 

Special Hours

Omni Echo Experience

Thurs 4/21 and Fri 4/22 from 10 am to 3 pm

Omni Echo Experience

Omni Echo Experience

Thurs, 4/21 @ 10 am

Omni Echo

Maria Tatar Lecture

Wed, 3/23 @ 4 pm

Maria Tatar Lecture

2022 Student Research Symposium Library Award Winners

Congratulations!

Congrats to everyone who participated in this year's SRS, especially the 4 students who won a Library Award!

SRS Library Award Winners

Trevor Bond Lecture

Thurs, 4/14 @ 4 pm

Trevor Bond Lecture

Waging Peace in Vietnam Exhibit

Waging Peace in Vietnam

New exhibit in the Donor Hall

Exhibit Info

Books about Ukraine

Map of Ukraine from Britannica, https://www.britannica.com/place/Ukraine#/media/1/612921/61887

Curious to learn more about Ukraine's history and culture? We have a few books to help you get started.

Donbas Conflict in Ukraine: Elites, Protest, and Partition (ebook, available as of 3/2/2022)

The emergence of Ukraine : self-determination, occupation, and war in Ukraine, 1917-1922 (ebook)

New Additions to our Social Justice Collection

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More books that support research and inquiry into issues of social justice in America.

Social Justice Collection

Spring 2022 Living Writers Series

Markel Tumlin and Meagan Marshall

Get a preview of this semester's Living Writers Series! The first reading is Wed, Feb 16.

Spring 2022 Living Writers Series

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