Happy Birthday Gloria Steinem!

                      In synchronicity with Women’s History Month, trailblazing civil rights activist and proud feminist Gloria Steinem celebrates her 80th birthday this Tuesday, March 25. Visit your library and imagine, dream and plan. Take another look at the displays commemorating this important month, and maybe check out one of Steinem’s books! Ask your friendly librarian at the front desk to point you in the direction of our wonderful selection of books covering the civil, feminist and pacifist movements in the United States.continue reading →

Women’s History Month

  Arriving on the heels of Black History Month, comes Women’s History Month—a time to reflect upon, rediscover and rejoice in all the milestones that American women have achieved in the past century. On August 18, 1920, women finally gained the right to vote in this country. Since then, the United States has watched and cheered as its female citizens worked munitions factories during World War II, joined forces with the pacifist and civil rights movements in the 1960’s in the struggle for equal rights, began serving in greater numbers in the two…continue reading →

Spring Break Hours

                  We hope everyone enjoys their break next week- March 10-14th!  The libraries will be open throughout the week, but with reduced hours.  Please come by and keep us company while we "rain" in the new (and hopefully warmer) spring season! Both campus libraries will open from 7:30a.m.-5:00p.m. Monday-Friday, 3/10-3/14.  The libraries will be closed on Saturday, March 15th.   If you have any questions while we are closed, please feel free to use the Ask-A-Librarian service on the library homepage or by clicking here. Have…continue reading →