Love history? Love puzzles? Love the idea of digging through archives, trying to decipher 200-year-old documents? Bring your friends and spend a few minutes or a few hours transcribing 18th and 19th-century letters from the Muhlenberg Papers. Your efforts will benefit the ongoing digitization effort of Special Collections & Archives.
This supplement to Grzimek’s Animal Life Encyclopedia explores all aspects of extinctions and extinct life. Approximately 83 articles outline major extinctions and related scientific areas.
This collection contains more than 31,000 pieces of American popular music published between 1900-1965. Composers include Duke Ellington, Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, Richard Rodgers, and Stephen Sondheim.
Search 130 years of Muhlenberg College history by browsing The Muhlenberg Weekly, continuously published since 1883.
The annual Library Scholar Award recognizes students who have demonstrated growth in and increased understanding of information literacy through independent study or research. For the first time this year, the application prompts were based on the new threshold concepts of information literacy … Continue reading
Webinar: Introducing the American Housing Survey A live webinar, “Introducing the American Housing Survey,” will be presented on Wednesday, April 22, 2015. Register today for “Introducing the American Housing Survey” Start time: 1:00 p.m. (Eastern) Duration: 60 minutes Speaker: David … Continue reading