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Author: Emily Jack

book covers of sustainability features on overdrive

These works of fiction and nonfiction are available in e-book and audiobook format via the Library’s OverDrive collection.

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Pop-up events will take place in March. University Archives will preserve postcards for the future.

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A portrait of Burrows to feature her new appointment as community outreach and global health librarian

Hannah Burrows’ appointment is effective February 28, 2022.

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Week of Balance is here, with dog cuddles, words of encouragement, jigsaw puzzles, miniature horses, and more.

This roundup of books highlights the tremendous impact of women who have fought for military equality — not only in the United States, but also in nations including Afghanistan, Syria, and England.

A document recently acquired by the University Libraries is contributing to scholars’ understanding of the life of Omar ibn Said, a 19th-century enslaved Islamic scholar.