Written & Posted by: Jehan Chapple (Queen of Acquisitions)
Chapter II features the Arab Student Union and offers two episodes:
The first episode is a self-directed discussion focused on the student’s Arab and Muslim experiences on topics ranging from Arab stigmas, stereotypes, and gender roles to religion versus culture, the differences between Arab identity in the U.S. and the in Middle East. This episode is divided into four uncut parts:
Episode 1 – The Arab Student Union Un-Filtered and Un-Cut
LISTEN Part 1 (16:57) Part 2 (17:07) Part 3 (17:06) Part 4 (17:14)
In the second episode of Chapter II, ASU discussed their 5th annual scholarship event. While they set-up for their evening festivities, we interview current students and alumni to ask them about the history behind the scholarship and how the ASU has evolved over the years. Episode two has three parts.
Episode 2 – Scholarship Awards Night Conversations
LISTEN Part 1 (14:12) Part 2 (16:17) Part 3 (20:18)
Although this statement is roughly from the poem, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, the residents of Flint, Michigan, might have said the same thing just a few years ago.
The March/April, 2017, issue of Popular Science, is devoted to water, and there are graphics and some text that show the use of water, drinking and otherwise, around the world. The graphics are excellent for those of us who love visual learning.
This magazine/periodical is located in the magazine racks by the Circulation Desk and Café of the library. Additionally, the articles are available in the Academic Search Complete database in either HTML (retyped) format or the PDF format that resembles the printed page. This last format has the graphics and is in color. For a quick link to Academic Search Complete, click here. For person-to person help, stop in and speak with a librarian at the circular desk known as Information/Reference.
Some people think that Google will replace (or has replaced) librarians. This article from the Huffington Post describes how research librarians still play an important role in both the public library and the academic world. Take the time to read this post and find out how the MVCC librarians can help you with your research.