The Martin Luther King, Jr., National Day of Service is a day that highlights the importance of seeing black and indigenous people of color (BIPOC) – seeing their hardships in comparison to […]
Happy Holidays from Warner Library!
By Chelsea Post, Systems Librarian Nine days and counting until Winter Break officially begins for Eastern University – and I’m sure that all of you are eagerly awaiting the moment you turn […]
Pokémon: Scarlet & Violet
While today isn’t a nationally recognized holiday, it is certainly a day that stands out from the rest for millions of people across the globe. The excitement the moment you awake, the […]
Celebrating Food in October
When thinking about a month of the year that celebrates food in America – its cultural significances, its health impacts, and all the yummy flavors – most would think of November because […]
We all could use a little space
By Chelsea Post, Systems Librarian Have you ever looked up at the night sky and realized just how small you are in the grand scheme of things? No? Just me? Well, whether […]
Happy Hispanic Heritage Month!
By Joy Dlugosz, Director of University Library We celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 to October 15) to recognize the achievements and contributions of Hispanic American champions who have inspired others to […]
It’s just a book.
Banned Books Week September 18th – 24th 2022 marks Banned Books Week. What is Banned Books Week? Banned books week is a week that celebrates all of the books that were banned […]
International Literacy Day
By Robyn Cunningham, Access Services Librarian International Literacy Day took place this past Thursday, and you may be slightly familiar with it if you stopped by the library and checked out our […]
Another Year Begins!
By Chelsea Post, Systems Librarian “The only thing that you absolutely have to know, is the location of the library.” Albert Einstein (1879-1955. Theoretical physicist) To all who are new to Eastern University […]
History and Abolition Juneteenth What is Juneteenth and why is it important to celebrate? Juneteenth is the day that descendants of slaves – black people and people of color by in large […]