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Certainly, as students of a modern university, there are things that we expect and accept—for one, that the university’s landscape will be constantly changing. Just as each new generation of students changes, so must the university. The demands of students today are vastly different from those of even ten years ago. The campus structures that […]

This year in honor of National Library Week (April 8 – 14), Jerome Library held a special activity each day of the week. On Thursday, the Center for Archival Collections celebrated by bringing history to life through pictures using the Prince Principle. The general idea of the Prince Principle is to superimpose a historical photo […]

"Enlighten the people generally, and tyranny and oppressions of the body and mind will vanish like evil spirits at the dawn of day." March is internationally recognized as Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day has been celebrated on the 8th for over 100 years. The central theme of this year’s celebration was “Connecting Girls, […]

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