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The theme for this year’s Staff Picks is diversity, equity, and inclusion, and in this post, Kat Cyr, an Interlibrary Loan Associate, writes about What We Don’t Talk About When We Talk About Fat by Aubrey Gordon.
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| by Brenda Ellis
This month we celebrate Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. Classes are over and finals are upon us, but it’s never to soon to think about your summer reading. The library has lots of options. Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning is one that is available in print and as an e-book, so those with active Midd id’s can login remotely to read it (and seniors, you can until your midd login expires).
Special Collections is your liberal arts laboratory, home to the college’s rare book and archival collections. Find everything from cuneiform tablets to pop-up books.