Monthly Archives: March 2018

QBG Watches… 195 Lewis & Reel Queer Watches… Pariah

Before we get to our upcoming events, we have some news! We are now on Meetup! You can find our page at this link: Get updates of our upcoming events there or on Facebook at March’s QBG/Social event is a … Continue reading

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Talking Chair Comes to Robbins Library for National Poetry Month

On Thursday April 5, 2018 Robbins Library will open the “Talking Chair” installation with a ribbon cutting at 3:00 p.m. in the Fiction Room.   The “Talking Chair” is an interactive digital experience, developed by Emily Calvin-Bottis, a digital and … Continue reading

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Next Not-So-Young Adult Book Group Meeting

The next meeting of the Not-So-Young Adult Book Group will be on April 18 at 7pm in the Robbins Library 4th floor conference room. We’ll be discussing Alexander Hamilton: Revolutionary by Martha Brockenbrough. Copies are being held at the front … Continue reading

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New art prints added to collection

We have just added seven brand-new art prints to the art print collection! See below, and view our Flickr album to see our whole collection. Remember, art prints can be checked out for six weeks at a time. Come take … Continue reading

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NSYA Book Group Meets on 3/14

A reminder that the Not-So-Young Adult Book Group will be meeting next Wednesday, March 14 at 7pm in the 4th floor conference room. We’ll be discussing I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter by Erika L. Sánchez, which we still … Continue reading

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Annihilation Inspired Eco Sci-Fi Booklist

Craving more Eco Sci-Fi after reading (or watching) Annihilation?  Try one of these! Darwinia by Robert Charles Wilson The Girl with All the Gifts by M.R. Carey (Also a great movie!) The Trees by Ali Shaw The Swarm by Frank … Continue reading

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Representation Matters and WONDER

Did you watch the Oscars last night? A common refrain heard from the winners was that representation matters. People who have been historically marginalized in Hollywood want to see people who look like them telling stories. Wonder, received one nomination … Continue reading

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Memorable Spaces & Places

This month we’ve asked our librarians to share some of the most vivid & memorable settings in books & other media they love.  Here are their responses! Every book I’ve read by Gerald Brom has always been so vividly depicted … Continue reading

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