Posts on March 2017

Reflections of a UM Library Engagement Ambassador

Social Media post by Library Engagement Ambassador, Abbey Warren, on December 12th, 2016

Throughout my work as a UM Library Engagement Ambassador, I have begun to feel like I am a part of something greater than myself and am proud to contribute to such an important part of the University as a whole. This experience has shown me that the library is not only a place for books and research, but it is a kingdom of opportunities, learning, and growth.

Student Spotlight: Alexis Stanton

image of Design Lab Resident Alexis Stanton

Throughout my time in the Design Lab, I have embarked upon a journey—a continuation of my quest to better understand various online community spaces and the potential connection between social media and healing. Specifically, I have been interested in how social media impacts Black women’s mental health and well-being, and thus, are Black women potentially curating self-definitions, online, through cultivating healing, affirming, and authentic social media spaces?

Our Third Annual Selection of Pies for Pi Day

Title page of The new cyclopaedia of domestic economy and practical housekeeper :

For the past two years, the Special Collections Library has celebrated Pi Day (3/14) by sharing pie recipes from the Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive (JBLCA). This year, we bring you a pair of pies from The new cyclopaedia of domestic economy and practical housekeeper...(1872), edited by Elizabeth Fries Ellet.

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