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Barbie’s Eastern European Jewish Roots

Though introduced in 1959, Barbie’s story begins much earlier in turn-of-the-20th century Poland.  Life in Eastern Europe had become increasingly challenging for people of Jewish faith because of religious persecution and the economic restrictions.  It was in 1905 that Jacob Mosko … Continue reading

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Exhibit of Golden Age Bibliomysteries

We are currently exhibiting a selection of books from our Bibliomystery Collection on the upper level of the library, outside the Dean’s suite, room #370. The bibliomysteries are from the Golden Age of detective fiction, a period between the world … Continue reading

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Rocky Mountain Map Society Lectures May 11th & 18th

Learn more about maps and mapping in two stimulating lectures by Professor Susan Schulten (DU Department of History) and Curtis Bird (owner of The Old Map Gallery).  These events are free and open to the public (details below). The lectures are in … Continue reading

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Phi Epsilon Phi Letter Sweater

The years between World War I and into the 1960s were the heyday for student organizations and activities in American college and universities. This letter sweater belonged to a member of one of many such organizations – Phi Epsilon Phi, … Continue reading

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Faculty Use Teaching Spaces in the AAC

The new Anderson Academic Commons has already become a popular place for faculty to meet with their students, be it at the Front Porch Café for office hours, at an academic event in the Special Events Room, or in The … Continue reading

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