Monthly Archives: December 2018

Reel Queer Watches… I Am Not Your Negro

Join us on Tuesday 12/18 to watch the Oscar-nominated documentary I Am Not Your Negro, narrated by Samuel L. Jackson & based on the book James Baldwin left unfinished upon his death. “I Am Not Your Negro envisions the book … Continue reading

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Major Elevator Work Coming to the Robbins Library

We are happy to announce that our elevator will be undergoing major repairs this month!  The library will be open regular hours during the repair period, with limited access to some areas of the library.  What you need to know: … Continue reading

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NSYA Book Group Meeting – Reminder (December 17)

The next NSYA group meeting will take place Monday, December 17 at 7pm in Robbins Library’s conference room (4th floor). We’ll be discussing The truth about forever by Sarah Dessen. Copies of the next book,  The 57 bus by Dashka Slater, are on … Continue reading

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Podcasts Beyond the Binary

Are you a fan of podcasts?  Looking for some new ones to listen to?  Interested in learning more about gender beyond the binary?  If so, we’ve got the perfect list for you! The Gender Rebels is a weekly question-and-answer podcast … Continue reading

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Next Robbins Library Book Discussion Group | Monday January 7

The Robbins Library Book Discussion Group will next meet on Monday January 7 at 7 pm in the Robbins Library Community Room. The group discusses “Swerve” by Stephen Greenblatt. New members are welcome. The book will be available at the … Continue reading

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Build A Better World

This month we asked our librarians: If you had to pick ONE book or series that everyone had to read as a prerequisite for being a human in the world, which book would it be? I’m going to suggest a … Continue reading

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