5 Essential Steps to Cracking Finals

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      And other tests for that matter! We see thousands of students every day working hard in preparation for their exams. To help out, here’s a list we’ve compiled on some of the most widely agreed upon and scientifically researched study tips for effective, pre-holiday-positive results:       1. Start now. And… Read more »

Claim Your Voice: Creative Writing & the University Libraries

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As National Novel Writing Month (#NaNoWriMo) came to a head, novelists everywhere were either in manic mode (“This story practically wrote itself!”) or panic mode (“Writer’s block has impeded my craft and decimated my future!”). But fear not, creatives! November, as we all know, is busy, but there are still 335 other days you can… Read more »

Reaching New Heights

This past year has brought about several changes, many of which have taken place this Fall semester. As exam time rapidly approaches and we look toward the holiday season, it’s natural to reflect on what has occurred over the past few months. The Libraries acquired new collections, both physical and digital, opened up three new… Read more »