Langsdale has been working hard this summer to make the library more study-friendly. Last semester we mixed things up by moving the Circulation and Reference desks to accommodate more study tables on the first floor, and we have since added Continue reading Need study space? We’ve got it!
Almost 120 years ago descendents of those who fought in wars before the American Revolution formed the Society of Colonial Wars “to perpetuate the memory of those events, and of the men who, in military, naval, and civil positions of Continue reading Book Recommendation
Seattle Times guest columnists Alison J. Head and Michael B. Eisenberg push back on the prevailing idea that today’s college students are slackers. Rather, these researchers argue that colleges must retool to help young people learn the skills to negotiate Continue reading College students eager to learn but need help negotiating the information overload!
If your own skin didn’t already inform you that it’s warm outside, there’s that overhead hum-drip of window-mounted air conditioners, the shimmering of heatwaves on every concrete surface, and the street vendors hollering about ice-cold snowballs and $1 bottles of Continue reading Baltimore Summer Events!