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Inked Links: Tattoo Resources

When I got my first (and at this point only) tattoo a little over six months ago, it was only after years and years of deliberation, of getting close so many times with what seemed liked just the right idea, … Continue reading

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Adaptive Technology and Accessibility Center (ATAC)

Have you ever wondered why there are several workstations in the Student Technology Centers which are labeled “Adaptive Technology Priority Workstation”? These are computers which have adaptive technology applications (Kurzweil 3000, JAWS, and ZoomText) available. Adaptive technologies, also known as … Continue reading

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Take a study break with IU Libraries

I know you’re thinking, “Is this some sort of sick joke? Why would I spend my study break in the library?” It’s not a joke. Believe it or not, the library can be a really useful resource for helping your … Continue reading

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Archives of Chi: Documenting Al-Kebulan Historia

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Book Review Title: The 21st Century Black Librarian In America; Issues and Challenges Edited By: Andrew P. Jackson, Julius C. Jefferson Jr., and Akilah S. Nosakhere Place: Lanham, MD Publisher: The Scarecrow Press, Inc. Publication Date: 12 April 2012 Edition: … Continue reading

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Remember Those Who Fought, By Reading Those Who Wrote

For as long as there has been war, there have been writers trying to understand it: its anxieties, its tragedies, and its disillusionment. From Stephen Crane’s The Red Badge of Courage, which has remained in print since its publication in … Continue reading

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Hunger and Homelessness Awareness

With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, it is a good time to think about socioeconomic status in the United States. November 10th-18th is National Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week. If you are interested in learning more about the topic, check out the … Continue reading

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Summer Reading at Herman B Wells – The Browsing Collection

Whether you are taking classes or simply hanging out in Bloomington for the summer, Herman B Wells Library has a wealth of reading materials available for you. Choose from fiction, non-fiction, biographies, and more. One great place to start is … Continue reading

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Hello, Summer!

The Spring semester is over and SUMMER is finally here! Time to rest, relax, and have some fun! Sometimes it can get a little boring when you’re resting and relaxing, though. The Herman B Wells Library has some great solutions … Continue reading

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Save the Planet: Resources for Individual Action

It’s Springtime! This time of year always makes me start thinking about how beautiful but precarious our environment is (especially when Spring starts as weirdly early as it did this year). And with Earth Day on the 22nd and Arbor … Continue reading

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A Cure for the Basketball Blues

March Madness, that glorious time of year when you can’t go more than ten feet without hearing talk of brackets and underdogs and point guards, is over. With the thrill of the NCAA Basketball Tournament at an end, what will … Continue reading

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