Monthly Archives: December 2014

General Middleton and the Battle of the Bulge

  Troy Middleton, president emeritus of LSU and for whom the main library on campus was named from 1979-2020, was a division and corps commander in World War II. The most important battle in which he led troops was the

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Bringing the Christmas Tree to Louisiana

Even as far south as Louisiana, winter nights are long and chilly, but in homes all across the state, Christmas trees bring a little light and joy. When did the tradition of decorating evergreens during the darkest days of winter

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Public Services at Middleton Library

With a strong commitment to public service, LSU Libraries Dean Stanley Wilder has extended Middleton Library hours to 24/5, purchased thousands of new e-books, and now, created two new positions to further public services at LSU Libraries. Award-winning faculty member

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Share your finals study pictures

Finals week is among the busiest in Middleton Library, with a whole lot of studying, and always a little bit of fun. Here’s a slideshow of some fun and studying from the December 2014 finals week. [View the story “Finals

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It’s For the Birds! Interior design birdhouse projects displayed in Middleton Library

The fall 2014 Interior Design Graphics I (ID 2781) students are displaying the projects for their “It’s for the Birds” assignment in Middleton Library’s lobby. Each student was assigned a bird from John James Aububon’s Birds of America, from the McIlhenny

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