Citizen Journalism in Place: A Guest Exhibition

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Today’s post was written by Matt Dewey, clinical assistant professor in communication studies at LMU’s College of Communication & Fine Arts. In spring 2021, students in professor Matt Dewey’s “Citizen … Read more

Exploring the Acropolis at the Library

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Today’s reflection was written and shared with us by library outreach student assistant Vero Urubio. The pandemic presented several challenges to both faculty and students alike. For LMU’s Department of … Read more

Digging Up the Dry Truth: A Digital Exhibit

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In Fall 2020, rhetorical arts students in professor Laura Poladian’s classes and librarian Rachel Wen-Paloutzian came together over Zoom to explore unique collections housed in the William H. Hannon Library’s … Read more

Banned Books Week 2019: A Student’s Perspective

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Today’s posts was written by library student assistant, Kaylee Tokumi. Kaylee is a sophomore psychology major and English minor from Oahu, Hawaii. She loves creative writing and drawing. The following … Read more

Roughing It: How Mark Twain Made the West

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The William H. Hannon Library’s Fall 2019 exhibition from Archives and Special Collections is now on display in the Terrance L. Mahan, S.J. Gallery. “Roughing It: How Mark Twain Made … Read more