Monthly Archives: December 2010

Stories on a string

The ballad tradition that once embraced most of Europe is alive and well today in a place you might not think to look for it—the rural northeast corner of Brazil. Since the nineteenth century, works of the region’s folk poets

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Meet our staff: Mona Jarreau

During a typical day, Mona Jarreau, a Library Associate in the Circulation Department, arrives at Middleton Library at 7 am to begin sifting through the email messages that Professors have sent her. After receiving the reserve list each time one

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Books for Tots: LSU Libraries collecting children’s books for Toys for Tots

LSU Libraries’ Staff Association is collecting new children’s books now through Dec. 8th to be donated to Toys for Tots.  Donations can be put on the book cart near circulation or given to Sarah Ferstel in the reference department. ALA

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The Dear Ones at Home

LSU Libraries Special Collections presents the exhibition “The Dear Ones at Home: Women’s Letters and Diaries of the Civil War Era,” December 6, 2010 – April 30, 2011 at Hill Memorial Library.  Marking the sesquicentennial of the Civil War, which

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Kelsey receives Baton Rouge Business Report’s Forty Under 40 Award

The Baton Rouge Business Report has recognized LSU Libraries’ librarian Sigrid Kelsey with a Forty Under 40 award. “Since 1994, Business Report has showcased men and women under the age of 40 who are influencing decisions, capturing the entrepreneurial spirit and

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