Significant election at Washington, June 3, 1867 (Library of Congress) Last week, UB students voted in the Student Government Association elections. On the ballot were candidates for the positions of president, vice-president, treasurer, secretary, as well as senators from the Continue reading Election Season is Here!→
Darn that American Library Association and their need to make the focus of National Library Week as broad and all-encompassing as ever! This year’s theme for National Library Week (April 13-19) is: Lives change @ your library [sic]. Well, sure Continue reading All Hail National Library Week!→
National poetry month is really kind of a sad affair. Fiction doesn’t get a month. Film doesn’t either. And TV—are you kidding. They get that section of the year that lasts (and I’m approximating) the entirety of every year, year Continue reading National Poetry Month and the Snot-Nosed Kid→
This Friday, April 11th, is the final day for students to get in Inspired Discoveries applications. Find out more here.
Long before the invention of the word ‘blog,’ there were people willing to write a journal or diary, a place where the writer shared similar thoughts, memories and emotions only with themselves and the page. My father, John D. Chetelat, Continue reading Blog about a Vintage Blog→
nickolouse13 via flicker What book changed your life? Can you really narrow it down to just one? If I had to tell you all the books that changed my life, it would fill a book. Believe it or not, it Continue reading Borrow Books, Keep the Change→
Helicam Cinestar8 Octocopter testing by Ville Hyvönen on flickr Sometime between the end of the spring semester and the beginning of the summer, Langsdale Library will be moving to a temporary home on the third and fourth floors of the Continue reading Langsdale Piloting Book Delivery Drones During Move→