Archive for the ‘Ben Coburn’ Category

How Can We Discover Who We Really Are?

Monday, May 7th

“We who are born in America absorb our images of self and culture basically through western eyes… Under such circumstances, how can we possibly discover who we really are?” – David Henry Hwang  May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (, an opportunity to celebrate the accomplishments Asian Pacific Americans have contributed to the nation.  […]

What’s Your Financial I.Q.?

Monday, April 16th

As the Great Recession has shown, being financially literate is an important skill to help us create the lives we have always dreamed of.  How can we obtain the knowledge that will assist us in becoming financially independent?  Fortunately, the IU East Library can provide many useful resources.   How about a convenient e-book? We […]

Get a Job!

Monday, April 2nd

Are you one of the many seniors waiting with bated breath for May and graduation?  Have you begun to question what comes next?  Graduation is an exciting time, but it can also be nerve-wracking.  As you begin your search for the start of your career remember that as a member of our IU East community […]

March Madness in the Library!

Monday, March 12th

March Madness is coming! March Madness is coming! March Madness is coming!  If you are as excited by college athletics as I am then you must be amped up for the start of March Madness, also known as the NCAA College Basketball Championship Tournament.  This is a chance for us to see the best in […]

Free at Last: A History of the Abolition of Slavery in America

Monday, February 27th

“Free at Last: A History of the Abolition of Slavery in America” is an exhibit in the Art Gallery from March 2-30, hosted by the IU East Student Social Work Association ( When members of the SSWA asked us about resources related to this traveling exhibit, we were eager to provide supplemental content to extend […]