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  • Library 101: Spotlight on New Materials

    This week we are excited to spotlight some acquisitions that are now available to our patrons. The databases support not only the Religion and Physical Therapy folks, but have a broader appeal to other disciplines as well. Everyone will probably be too busy to do much leisurely reading as those final projects and papers start to overwhelm them, but the Library has a few newer things to read, and watch, that might provide some relaxation and diversion. Be sure to check the library catalog under the link New and Featured Items to see our complete lists of new titles and complete lists of CDs and DVDs. Continue Reading

  • February is Black History Month

    In 1926, the distinguished African American historian, Carter G. Woodson established Negro History Week to celebrate the contributions and achievements of African Americans. This event was expanded in 1976 to a month to include the birthdays of Frederick Douglass, Feb. 14, 1817, and Abraham Lincoln, Feb. 12, 1809. Many events are planned to help bring recognition to the people who have done much to bring civil rights to the forefront and made great contributions to the world. Continue Reading

  • Library 101: Taxes

    No matter how you feel about taxes, it’s the time of year to start thinking about filing your federal and state tax returns. The country’s first income tax originated during the Civil War, when Congress passed the Revenue Act of 1861 which included a tax on personal incomes to help pay war expenses. This was repealed ten years later. An 1894 attempt to enact a flat rate Federal income tax was ruled unconstitutional. In 1913 the 16th Amendment paved the way for the Federal income tax as we now know it. Continue Reading