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Posts tagged GSLIS

Sep 24

theme song.


Sep 4

extend yourself intellectually through courses that initially frighten you

J.D. Watson on advice to grad students


Jun 29
@byort!!! #gslis #leep17.1 #ala2013 (at ALA 2013 American Library Association)

@byort!!! #gslis #leep17.1 #ala2013 (at ALA 2013 American Library Association)


Dec 3
yes. & late nights. & never being happier. #booksnshit
milesjoel:

Cheers to finals. 

yes. & late nights. & never being happier. #booksnshit

milesjoel:

Cheers to finals. 

(via infinitetonight)


Nov 28
hey world. i’m moving. to study that, there.

hey world. i’m moving. to study that, there.

(via illinipride)


Sep 13
there’s good reason I haven’t returned your [insert text, email, phone call or invitation here] and it’s not b/c I don’t like you. #dowork #burningthemidnightoil #gslis  (Taken with Instagram at mozart mozart)

there’s good reason I haven’t returned your [insert text, email, phone call or invitation here] and it’s not b/c I don’t like you. #dowork #burningthemidnightoil #gslis (Taken with Instagram at mozart mozart)


Sep 5
this is how I #gslis. my roomies are celebrating the commencing football season with Church’s, mac&cheese, PBR and a fantastic salad. As for me? I was brought room service. #darling #dig 

this is how I #gslis. my roomies are celebrating the commencing football season with Church’s, mac&cheese, PBR and a fantastic salad. As for me? I was brought room service. #darling #dig 


Aug 8
journal of the history of ideas.

journal of the history of ideas.


Aug 3

a year ago…

…i made some goals.

survey says? not so bad.


Jun 23

public library—built by the people—free to all

It was my habit to go very slowly up the low, broad steps to the palace entrance, pleasing my eyes with the majestic lines of the building, and lingering to read again the carved inscriptions: Public Library—Built by the People—Free to All. Did I not say it was my palace? Mine, because I was a citizen; mine, though I was born an alien…My palace—mine!…All these eager children, all these fine-browed women, all these scholars going home to write learned books—I and they had this glorious thing in common., this noble treasure house of learning. It was wonderful tosay, This is mine; it was thrilling to say, This is ours. 

—Mary Antin, a Russian Jewish immigrant describing her girlhood experience of the Boston Public Library 


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