This week in the Shapiro Lobby we are featuring a display of handy informational slides about UM for returning students. We will also be hosting a Poetry Open Night event as well as information tables for the Library Student Engagement Ambassadors.
Posts on January 2017
Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood tells the story of The Daily Show host Trevor Noah's childhood in South Africa.
Preserving the history of labor movements has been core to the Labadie Collection’s mission since its very beginnings more than a century ago. In 2016, two important collections on 20th century labor organizing have been arranged to better facilitate research. The Joyce Kornbluh Collection (3.25 linear ft.) and the Don Stewart IWW Collection (3 linear ft.) conserve evidence of the regular confrontations between workers, corporations, and government throughout the past hundred years.
RJ speaks about his first semester as a Design Lab Resident.
This week in the Shapiro Lobby we have an exhibit honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and activism at UM. The exhibit was created by members of the UM Library Peer Information Counselors (PIC) Program. We also have an information table for CHAARG and Laptop Registrations from UM DPSS.
Ever wonder about the myriad decisions and changes colleges students go through during their four or so years? Practice for Life: Making Decisions in College helps answer those questions.
In the latest entry in Alan Bradley's mystery series featuring Flavia de Luce, a twelve-year-old chemistry genius in 1950s England, Flavia returns to England after being expelled from a boarding school in Canada and finds out her father is ill with pneumonia. Her sisters give her a less than warm welcome, and to get away from the house, she carries a letter from the vicar's wife to a wood-carver, only to find the man dead, hanging upside-down from his bedroom door. She conducts her...
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