The 272 Reading Guide
In 1838 a group of America’s most prominent Catholic priests sold 272 enslaved people to save their largest mission project, what is now Georgetown University. Join the Library and Office of Diversity and Inclusion in exploring the themes of this book.Postcard Pop-Up!
Spread some love! 💌 Join us at the Post Card Pop-Up, 12 PM to 2 PM on 2/20th & 21st. Swing by the Library 2nd Floor near the Byte Cafe to craft and send a free postcard to your loved ones, friends, or anyone special!Groundhog Day: Ridiculous or Reliable?
This furry fella is cute, but can it actually predict the weather?Funding for Undergraduate Student Conference Travel and Research
Receive funding for undergraduate student research and conference travel from the Lemieux Library!Braiding Sweetgrass Blog | Part Three: Indigenous Wisdom and Scientific knowledge
Explore and contribute to our continued conversation on this year's common text: "Braiding Sweetgrass". Part 3 covers the theme of "indigenous wisdom and scientific knowledge". Please read and share your thoughts in the comments!