• Episode 25: Free Speech, Censorship, and the Internet now available!

    Each episode features library staff members discussing a topic related to literature, libraries, technology, pop culture, and more. Now available on iTunes!

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  • Library Newsletter Now Available!

    The Fall issue of the “More Than Books” newsletter is now available. Highlights include a feature on Nebraska authors, reviews, and a spotlight on the Mango Languages database.

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  • Finding Marriage Records

    Join us for a new genealogy sharing session about finding marriage records and share your sources, successes, and questions!

    Date: Thursday, October 19
    Time: 4:00pm – 5:00pm
    Location: Library 480

  • Library instruction from the comfort of your own home

    Our series of upcoming live webinars will teach you how to best use the online library for your academic research!

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  • Crime Prevention

    October is Crime Prevention Month

    In 1984, the National Crime Prevention Council designated October as Crime Prevention Month.  October has become the official month for recognizing and celebrating the practice of crime prevention, while promoting awareness of important issues such as victimization, volunteerism, and creating safer, more caring communities. Preventing crime is always better than charging criminals after the fact.  […]

    Posted on October 17, 2017 by Diane Osborne

  • Fantastic Beasts

    Fantastic Beasts DVD Review

    Although the Harry Potter series has sadly come to an end, the story of his world does not; author J.K. Rowling continues to expand upon it with the first movie in a new five part series titled Fantastic Beasts. A spin-off of the original works, the story this time is set in 1920s America where the […]

    Posted on October 15, 2017 by Allison Schafer

  • World Egg Day

    Today is World Egg Day!  In the U.S., our eggs are generally unpreserved (other than being refrigerated) and unfertilized white chicken eggs and, if not used as one ingredient in another dish, are generally eaten fried, scrambled, or hard-boiled. Would it surprise you to learn that the kinds of eggs we eat and how we […]

    Posted on October 13, 2017 by Colin Kehm

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