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Medieval Women’s Writing Workshop, Wednesday 24th January

Organisers: Louise Campion, Liam Lewis, Jane Sinnett-Smith

‘It is not all men, especially the most intelligent, who agree with the view that it is a bad idea to educate women.

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Free Library Skills workshops to help you Find it Fast!

At the Library we believe you should be spending the majority of your time reading materials and not looking for them, so we have a range of workshops to help you learn how to get your hands on the best books, articles, reports and other information in the shortest time possible. 190 more words

The Sir Duncan Rice Library

Galway P4C @ UCD

On February 7th, two of our organising team members, Annie and Lucy went to UCD to share their experience as facilitators with undergraduates training in P4C as part of a new module run by the Philosophy department of University College Dublin. 66 more words

¡Pura vida! Year abroad volunteering in Costa Rica

Hispanic Studies student Jordanne Wood has just spent five months working as a volunteer on the Osa Turtle Conservation Project of Playa Preciosa in Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula, the world’s most biologically intense area. 262 more words

Fake/Fuck: some notes on intensity (Nancy/Heidi)

I keep correcting student sentences that use “so” when they really “very” or “extremely,” as in My relationship with my mother is so complicated. It’s a habit I’ve noticed they fall into without thinking, which means they’ve probably grown up with it. 829 more words

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Join us for a pop-up museum celebrating activism

Participate in our pop-up museum celebrating activism on Wednesday, February 21st from 12-4pm in the first floor lobby of Hornbake Library.

Bring your badgers, flyers, posters, pins, photos, audio and music, video and other material from social media, marches and cultural events for our temporary museum. 30 more words

Hornbake Library

Rens and team featured in CU Today

How does one become the engineer of record on dozens of Denver’s infrastructure rehabilitation projects?

For Civil Engineering Professor Kevin Rens, PhD, PE – and the many students he’s mentored in both the classroom and the field – it’s quite simple. 58 more words

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