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Libraries March 31, 2022
Code in the Cursive

Erma Bombeck's columns and correspondence illustrate the findings in a handwriting analyst's report: A strong sense of self, yet a speck of self-consciousness.

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Libraries March 29, 2022
Harriet Tubman: Bicentennial Tribute

March 2022 marks the approximate 200th anniversary of the birth of abolitionist, Underground Railroad conductor, Union spy and freedman's advocate Harriet Tubman.

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Libraries March 28, 2022
New Knowledge on Basic Course
In the latest issue, available in print and online, college and university educators explore timeless topics as well as the transformative effects of COVID-19.
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Libraries March 23, 2022
Announcing the 2022 Library Award Winners
Congratulations to the 2022 Library Awards recipients: Lauren Durham, Laxmi Vaka and Ally Kaiser.
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Libraries March 14, 2022
1 Day for All of UD
Be part of the collective impact. Plan your gift to the Libraries for One Day, One Dayton on April 6.
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Libraries March 10, 2022
Bombeck's Recipe for Writing
Project archivist Katie Jarrell discovers Erma Bombeck's secret ingredient: authenticity of her voice.
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Fine and Performing Arts March 06, 2022
Many Faces of the Ukrainian Madonna

The Marian Library shares paintings by the late Ukrainian artist Maria Harasowska-Daczyszyn, who frequently depicted the Virgin Mary and the Christ child in traditional Ukrainian attire.

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Faith/Mission March 01, 2022
To Ukraine, With Love

Ukrainian artworks in the Marian Library reflect long-standing Marian devotion.

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Libraries March 01, 2022
Timeless Wit

The archivist processing the Erma Bombeck Collection finds relevance, humor, wisdom and relatability in the notes, letters and objects the legendary writer kept.

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Libraries February 23, 2022
'A Foot in Each World'

For Black History Month and Women's History Month, a library staff member reflects on an essay collection by a star Chicago Tribune journalist whose commentary on race and politics in the 1970s and '80s has a startling timelessness. 

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