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That Journal

Now is the time of the semester when we students really start digging into our workload. This means locating assigned readings and doing our own research, often in journals since journals contain the latest and juiciest happenings in their respective … Continue reading

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Savor The Last Few Weeks of Summer Reading With Some Great Short Stories

With another academic year mere weeks away, the opportunity for summer pleasure reading is dwindling. Soon student will return to slogging through tedious textbook chapters and less-than-jaunty journal articles. All a part of higher education, no doubt. So it’s definitely … Continue reading

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Bursting at the Seams with Costume Resources

[Chicago Daily News ice carnival with woman wearing a patriotic costume and a man wearing a Middle Eastern costume]. Chicago Daily News, January 19, 1929. From American Memory, Library of Congress. Have you ever looked at an illustration of the … Continue reading

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All the News That’s Fit to Print

Do you need to read a major daily newspaper like the Wall Street Journal for class, or would you like to read your hometown paper from afar? The IU Bloomington Libraries subscribes to a plethora of national and international newspapers … Continue reading

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Beyond Google Scholar

There’s no doubt about it – you can find thousands of academic articles from searching Google Scholar, and perhaps you’ve never felt you needed to search any further. But wait – what if you can’t find what you need? Or … Continue reading

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