Photo credit: Xpressive4ever Dance Inc. There is something very powerful about public archives when they are used by citizens to improve conditions for the next generation. That’s exactly what Angela Koukoui and her colleagues are doing at Langsdale Library. Angela Continue reading The Power of Public Archives
You’ve put in all that work. Your thesis/dissertation has been accepted (congratulations!). You’re ready to turn the required print copies in to Langsdale for binding. But, did you know that with a few additional keystrokes you can put an electronic Continue reading Show Off Your Thesis or Dissertation to the World
“Tridecahedron.”by Emily ColemanDecker Library Modern Art Dessert is mine to take home, for at least three weeks. Until February 16, this was a mystery, a non-thought, a complete unknown. Perhaps I should clarify. Modern Art Dessert is a cookbook available Continue reading Treasures Uncovered
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I consider myself a self-professed movie buff (you can more-or-less find me in a movie theater every other weekend), but it seems that lately I’ve fallen off my a-game. Weeks passed after the premiere of the 2014 Oscars, and I Continue reading And the Winners Were…
From the University of Baltimore’s 1972 yearbook, page 11 Exactly 42 years ago today, John Waters’s feature film, Pink Flamingos, premiered at the Langsdale Library auditorium. The event was sponsored by the 3rd annual Baltimore Film Festival. The following is Continue reading Happy Birthday, “Pink Flamingos”
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Have you been wanting to kick the polar vortex in the gluteus maximus? If so, you may be pleased to hear that vere confractus* is upon us. Langsdale will be closed Sunday, March 16th and Saturday, March 22nd, but otherwise we will Continue reading Spring Break: We’re Open!
As mentioned in the latest issue of the UB Post and our previous blog post, Langsdale Library is moving into the 3rd and 4th floors of the Learning Commons while our current building is remodeled. Photo credit: Catherine Johnson, University Continue reading Documenting our Move