The library’s hours for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend are:
Enjoy the holiday break!!
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In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, Rentschler Library has created a display titled “Foods of the First Americans.” It highlights some of the foodstuffs that Native Americans cultivated (maize, beans, and sunflowers) and created (fry bread, succotash). Stop by to get a recipe for Three Sisters soup, named for the so-called “three sisters” beans, squash and corn. Check out some books on Native American history or novels by famous Native American authors like Sherman Alexie or Louise Erdrich. The display will be up for the entire month of November.
We’re beginning to smell research in the air, along with the smell of decaying leaves. Research projects are starting, annotated bibliographies are due soon. Need primary sources for a history class? Evidence-based nursing research? We’re here to help. Please consider scheduling a Research Appointment with us. We will do some legwork ahead of time to identify the best ways to find your sources.