• The library in contextIn order to truly understand or fully appreciate anything, we first need to understand and appreciate its context. This phenomenon works in reverse, too: a clear, well told narrative that provides us with context often helps us understand, appreciate and take an interest in phenomena that we might not otherwise have given a second thought. […] Read More Posted May 18, 2017 by Brett Bonfield
  • Mothering around the bendI find myself holding my breath as I round the bend and spot the two dilapidated rocking chairs in front of the home set back from the road. Just across the way, I try to catch sight of a pair of pet llamas, who may sometimes be seen next door. If I don’t hold my breath until […] Read More Posted May 8, 2017 by Kristin
  • Language changesApril had Princeton denizens looking backward and forward at the same time. Record Store Day celebrated musical sound recordings on vinyl, Earth Day 2017 revived and took on a campaign for environmental and climate literacy and the March for Science commandeered Hinds Plaza and gained momentum as more than 2,000 people rallied and marched to Monument […] Read More Posted Apr 28, 2017 by Janice
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