News Display: Woodstock Concludes, Friday, 8/17
In response to the Vietnam War, the Woodstock Music Festival, or "Three Days of Peace and Love", took place on a 600 acre farm in Bethel, New York from August 14th through 17th, 1969, drawing nearly 500,000 concert at…
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Highlighted Databases: The Art of Performance
We highlight research resources that support current initiatives and programming, as we reflect on academic year 2017-2018 and prepare for 2018-2019. Stay tuned for the upcoming Staff Performance Review Exhibit in Off…
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Library Newsletter: August 2018
The Gottesman Libraries Education Program informs students, faculty and staff about the latest thinking in education, in …
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Exhibit: Composing a City: What's Your Landscape?
"Composing a City" consists of selected pieces from the Teachers College Archive. These pieces taken from the
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Workshop: What's Fair? The ABC's of Copyright
Please join us for the following workshops in July:What's Fair? The ABC's of Copyright, Tuesday, 7/17, 3-4pmCome join us for an informative workshop on copyright law and ho…
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News Display: Ignatius of Loyola, Tuesday, 7/31
Need to keep current, look to the past, teach a topic? The Everett Cafe features daily postings of news from around the world, and also promotes awareness of
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Live Musical Performance: Ann Teed, Wednesday, 7/2, 5-6m
The Everett Cafe Music Program sponsors performances by TC student and affiliated musicians. Come enjoy a variety of genres and styles! If you'd like to showcase your own talents, please contact us with your details v…
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Everett Cafe Exhibit: Oceans of Plastic, through mid-August
While it may the largest and most well known, the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, or Pacific Trash Vortex, is not alone; gigantic trash colonies are trapped in massive gyres swirling around the North Atlantic, South Atla…
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July - August Staff Picks: Dear Summer: Letters in Literature
Dear Summer: Letters in Literature features favorite summer reads that are in epistolary, or children's/young adult books that contain letters as key to form and content. Letters may be traditional, texted vi…
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July Databases: English Teacher Education
In July we highlight resources that support study, teaching, and research in the field of English Teacher Education or the teaching of English in the classroom. These databases are intended to supplement current offer…
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