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  • It Feels Like There's No Closure

    “It Feels Like There’s No Closure”

    Sep 10 | Featured | | Comments Off on “It Feels Like There’s No Closure”

    By Beth JoJack ’98 As this magazine issue goes to press, more than 440,000 people globally have died from COVID-19. Much of the world shut down in March to slow the spread of the...

  • Hollins and the 19th Amendment

    Hollins and the 19th Amendment

    Sep 10 | Featured | | Comments Off on Hollins and the 19th Amendment

    University archives contain clues to what students were thinking about women’s rights, including the right to vote, in the decades preceding the passage of the 19th amendment. By Jean...

  • How One Librarian Tried to Squash Goodnight Moon

    How One Librarian Tried to Squash “Goodnight Moon”

    Sep 10 | Featured | | Comments Off on How One Librarian Tried to Squash “Goodnight Moon”

    There’s a reason this classic is missing from the New York Public Library’s list of the 10 most-checked-out books of all time. By Dan Kois On Monday, January 13, 2020, the New York...

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