Thanks to everyone who submitted entries to the RLB “I want to live in a library” essay contest. Congratulations to our winner: Frannie Goldsmith from Ogunquit, ME. Read below for the latest update on how Frannie is doing. Even with Continue reading “I want to live in a library” essay contest UPDATE: Winner Announced!
You probably won’t be surprised to learn that many librarians think research is fun. For students, however, it can sometimes be a source of frustration. It isn’t always easy to tell if you have a good topic, and it can Continue reading Join us for Research Party @ the RLB
You may have heard warnings to be careful what you post on the Internet, because the Internet is forever. But is it really? The BBC recently looked into the question of why there’s so little left of the early internet Continue reading The Internet may not be forever
Boxing has its squared circle. The UFC has its octagon. But the RLB outdoes them all with its icosihenagons. That’s right, the RLB has four 21-sided glass rooms. One of them is used for accounting drop-in tutoring, and the other Continue reading The icosihenagons at the RLB