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Student Spotlights from Special Collections, Preservation & University Archives
During the 2021 spring semester, the Miami University Libraries sat down with six student employees in the Walter Havighurst Special Collections and University Archives to hear their stories and spotlight their work.
Combined, these six students dedicated 2,118 hours to different projects within the Libraries throughout their employment. All the...
The Miami Student Online is a digital collection of oldest college newspaper in the United States. Spanning from 1867 to the present, the Miami Student encompasses a wide variety of material covering student life on campus and in Oxford.
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#BobMoses recites the #Constitution preamble— Miami University Libraries 📚 (@miamiulibraries) July 26, 2021
"We need to own the preamble to the constitution and ... we need a constitutional right to education."
Access the video in our #DigitalCollections (Freedom Summer AV Collection) https://t.co/x1Jej3rkPs#MiamiOHLib
Robert Parris “Bob” Moses, a civil rights leader, educational advocate and pioneer in grassroots community organizing, has died at 86. May his memory be a blessing to all who knew him and were warmed by his love for US.#bobmoses #robertmoses #civilrights #sclc #mississippi pic.twitter.com/qYPOniMnwA— Highlander Center (@HighlanderCtr) July 25, 2021
@miamiulibraries, here's a cool one - Dr. Nencka's paper https://t.co/3CLqLPPV7k, "The Returns to Public Library Investment" showed up on @Marketplace today. A cool finding? "Increases in library use translate into improved children’s test scores in nearby school districts"— David Seidl (@davidseidl) July 20, 2021
David, you are too good at social media because you got the tweet out about this while we were still talking about how neat it was over email.— Miami University Libraries 📚 (@miamiulibraries) July 20, 2021