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Fondren Library Presents Earth Week

Fondren Library Presents Earth Week

Join us for events all week long celebrating Earth Week

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Le Monde (1944 to 2000)

New Trial: Historical Newspapers: Le Monde (1944 to 2000)

Le Monde was created at the request of General Charles de Gaulle as the German army was vacating Paris during World War II. Le Monde was established for its political independence, and has been ever since.

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New Exhibit: Virtually Unwrapping 2,000 Year Old Scrolls

New Exhibit: Virtually Unwrapping 2,000 Year Old Scrolls

Virtually Unwrapping 2,000 Year Old Scrolls: New technologies make the impossible possible so that carbonized scrolls can be digitally read

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Sprinkle Day Stretch Break - April 8

Sprinkle Day Stretch Break - April 8

April 8, 2021 3:00pm-4:00pm Take a break from studies, come stretch those muscles, and enjoy an after exercise snack! No equipment necessary! Location: Fondren Tent

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Mapping Census Data in R/Choroplethr

New Course: Kelley Center Showcase - Mapping Census Data in R/Choroplethr

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Do you want to learn more about U.S. Decennial Census and American Community Survey and use it to support your research? Do you want to see how modern technology can enhance your census research?

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Friends of Fondren Library Gala is Rescheduled for 2022

Please Note: Friends of Fondren Library Gala is Rescheduled for 2022

Reminder: The twice-rescheduled 40th Annual Friends of Fondren Library Gala honoring Pat and Ira Gruber will be held on Friday, March 25, 2022. 

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Queer Resilience in the Era of Climate Change

Virtual Discussion: Queer Resilience in the Era of Climate Change

Join us on April 1 at 7 pm for an exciting virtual panel discussion about the documentary “Fire & Flood: Queer Resilience in the Era of Climate Change.” The panel will feature Vanessa Raditz, director of the documentary; Kennedy Loftin, chief development officer at the Montrose Center; and Ri

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