September 16, 2021
  • September 16, 2021

Hispanic Heritage Month videos available online through the libraries’ media service

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Submitted photo To celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month, the Multimedia Department of Libraries has compiled a list of streaming videos and databases available to all students, staff, and faculty. Physical items are also available in the Multimedia Department, located on the lobby level of the Mullins Library, near the Hodges Reading Room. Movies Quinceañera...

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“A jumble of contradictory genres”

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As a storyteller, it’s tempting to throw everything at the wall to see what sticks. Often, the combination of elements is enough to make the show worth watching. Even in situations where objects slide across the floor, seeing someone make a big attempt is enough to attract attention. And rightly so, director Edwin made...

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Officials Seek Alternative Solutions For North Stonington Education Center After Latest Bidding Process Fails | North Stoneton

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NORTH STONINGTON – Three times in the past year, Selectmen’s board members have gone out to bid on tenant or buyer applications to fill the vacant space at the North Stonington Education Center. Three times these efforts have failed. Prime Selectman Michael Urgo and selectmen Bob Carlson and Nita Kincaid are grappling with the...

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Column: Three chords and the truth

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The bend of a guitar string, the soft drop of a violin bow and the nasal vibrato of a local voice: country music is the language of rural America. Once the anthem of the working class, it has become the calling card of conservative America. The genre emerged from the Appalachians on the tail...

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