Currently highlighting challenged books, the Library celebrates Banned Books Week!
The Alumni Author for the month of October is David Mittler, '72. We are highlighting his trilogy that begins with Love, Eddie, continues with Legacy of Fire, and currently concludes with The Deliverer. The other books on display are similar to Mr. Mittler's work and include mysteries, historical novels, and books about the history of Ohio, where all of his stories take place.
Our Community and National Conversations display case is celebrating T&C's 100th anniversary! That's right, our student newspaper/magazine was created in 1917 and still exists to this day, primarily in online form. You can stop in and take a look at how the T&C has changed over the years, and when you're done, make sure you visit their website, T&C Media, for present day reporting!
On the second floor, the center-most display currently features materials related to this year's Common Book, Just Mercy. These books center on mass incarceration, racism, the death penalty, as well as white supremacy from the beginning of the United States through today. In addition to print books, we have information about some of the ebooks in our collection, as well as films that you can stream on Kanopy. If you need materials for your Common Book projects, or want to learn more about mass incarceration and race in the United States, borrow these materials today.