The LGBT Studies collections from Alexander Street Press features award-winning films, interviews, documentaries, and archival footage exploring the social, cultural, and political evolution of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people from the beginning of the twentieth century to the present day.
Its official. The “coloring craze” once viewed as an activity only for kids has been endorsed by mental health specialists as a stress-buster and brain booster. Join Art Therapist Erica Curtis, for an educational and stress-reducing coloring/drawing session in the Seuss Room from 12 – 1pm on July 7.
Join us for an evening of fabulous food, entertainment, and stimulating conversation, featuring Ari Shapiro, award-winning journalist and co-host of NPR’s All Things Considered. Reserve your seat today!
In light of the mass shooting in Orlando, librarians and educators across the country collectively built the #PulseOrlandoSyllabus. Visit our book display in Geisel West (2nd floor), which highlights some of these works by LGBTQ authors and features LGBTQ content.
Looking for creative and personal journaling inspiration? Visit the Art & Soul of Journaling exhibit in Geisel West (1st and 2nd floors) through June 30, featuring published diaries from the Library’s collections, novelty journals, and insights from Janet Larson, author of the self-help book “My Diary Unlocked.”
Materials from the Library’s Special Collections & Archives written by, to, or about many of the 44 U.S. presidents—such as a facsimile of Abraham Lincoln’s handwritten autobiography—are on display in Geisel Library through July 10, 2016.