As the semester wears on and studying begins to take over your life, it’s important to remember to pull your nose out of your textbooks every once in a while and give yourself a mental break. Take a little time Continue reading Need a mental break? Check out a new movie!
Want to see Baltimore’s funniest home videos? Well, nobody’s voting, but you can take a peek at the past when Baltimore residents raid their attics for home movies and show them at UB. Home Movie Day is October 20 and will take place in the Continue reading Home movies, BOOk sale and the return of the READ poster
Langsdale’s lobby, circa 1968 After the first few weeks of your freshman year are over, the giving out of syllabi has stopped and you finally feel like a true college student. You attend class punctually and attentively. You go home Continue reading The Best Place to Study
My name is Gabrion Fluellen and I will be serving as Langsdale Library’s communications intern this semester. I major in Corporate Communications and I am very proud to proclaim that my undergraduate education will be coming to a close this Continue reading Hello UB community
I was listening to Morning Joe on MSBNC this morning as they reported and commented on the death of US Ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens, at the US consulate in Benghazi on Tuesday. Protesters in both Libya and Egypt have Continue reading Information Literacy is more important than ever
The One Ring by Suzi Duke on Flickr One of the things we hear from students who are looking for information is that they don’t always know where to begin. Given that the library provides access to millions of articles Continue reading One Search Box to Rule Them All
“House of Knowledge” by Jaume Plensa If the internet or blogs were old enough to have what one might call a tradition, we can be sure that it would be predominantly based in retelling what is new, what is breaking Continue reading The Wizard and the Great Zeitgeist