Holiday Entertainment

Every year, starting somewhere around Thanksgiving, we notice that many of our holiday-themed movies and music have already been checked out. If the material you are looking for is not in the library, never fear—our digital collections have you covered! If you log into Hoopla, and search “Christmas”, there are over 7,000 results, including movies,… Continue reading Holiday Entertainment

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Escaping Into Comics

When the news is filled with difficult, overwhelming, and scary information (and when isn’t it?), it’s important to arm yourself with facts. Roundups like Brian’s recent post on climate change and Jill’s post on decolonizing history are tremendous resources! But, if I’m being honest, sometimes my brain needs a rest before diving in to do… Continue reading Escaping Into Comics

A Brief History of Voting Rights

Do you know what percentage of Americans were eligible to vote for our first president? What year women were granted suffrage? When Asian immigrants were offered a path to citizenship and voting rights? Click here to explore our interactive timeline of American voting rights and restrictions, from colonial times to the present day. And don't… Continue reading A Brief History of Voting Rights