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Correction to

Thorndike Library Newsletter 
11.10.2022
Correction:   In the library newsletter that was sent earlier this morning Trisha Cantwell Keene's name was accidentally misspelled as Trisha Cantrell Keene.  We regret the error.  Please see the corrected segment below.
Watch & Listen

                  
 
Interested in checking out some of the library's videos (DVD, blu-ray & VHS) or CDs?   Wondering how you could watch or listen to them?  Wonder no more!  We have recorders and players that you can check out that plug into your computer or TV/projector.  We even have a boom box that plays cassettes!  Just ask for them at the library's Circulation Desk.

The Blum Gallery Collection in our College Archives contains exhibit flyers and postcards, newspaper clippings, and other material about the Blum Gallery. View digitized postcards from this collection here.
Reviews



Beautiful Thing by Jonathan Harvey 

Beautiful Thing by Jonathan Harvey tells the story of two working-class teenage boys who meet and fall in love in London in the 1990s. The two boys, Jaime and Ste, work to navigate their identities at school, at home, and when they are all alone. While many stories about LGBT love often rely on tragic, gut-wrenching, “forbidden” stories of coming out, this play features a positive, uplifting, downright beautiful storyline about gay life and identity. Despite being nearly 30 years old, I see this play as a fresh, hopeful take on LGBTQ+ life!

Digital Theatre+
-Frances Miller '24



Love and Addiction by Stanton Peele and Archie Brodsky
 

Though this book’s many references to studies and “current society” are outdated as it was published in 1975, the focus is still worthy of looking into: human codependency on each other and any factor that alters our reality. By redefining and broadening the term “addiction,” the authors help us question stigmas, human behavior, and the roots of a need for an escape.





 
Call Number: HM 132 .P38 1975
- Joanna Pittari '25
New Books 
Featuring . . .

This is one of the library's databases found in our A-Z Databases list.  It contains articles from more than 200 titles from over 150 society and independent publishers in the biological, ecological, and environmental sciences. You'll find full-text articles about zoology, plant sciences, ornithology, and entomology, with new content added daily.
The Office of Intellectual Freedom (OIF) at the American Library Association (ALA) documented over 1,651 unique titles challenged at libraries, schools, and universities from January through August of this year.  (American Libraries, vol. 53, no. 11, 2022, pp. 20-24)  Here are just a few books in our library that have been banned during the years in various locations throughout the country.
 
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