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Ricker Library Dec 12
Happy Reading Day ! Take care of yourself during finals season. Here's some tips for helpful study breaks:
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Ricker Library Dec 11
Happy Last Day of Classes, ! Come study with us!
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Grad College Illinois Dec 6
Friendly reminders ➡️ You matter. 🙂 You're doing great. 😍 If you or a friend is feeling overwhelmed here are a few campus resources to . 🔶🔷 ➡️ McKinley Health Center de-stress resources: ➡️
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Counseling Center Dec 5
Finals start next week. Here are tips on how to survive the end of the semester.
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Ricker Library Dec 4
Come view our latest window display on Jewish architecture and art, ancient to contemporary.
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Ricker Library Dec 3
Read about some of the amazing things is doing with your generous donations: On this , consider partnering with us to continue this great work:
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Ricker Library Dec 1
Today is the 30th annual Day With(out) Art. and are working together with to present STILL BEGINNING, opening on campus tomorrow, a program of 7 short films commissioned to respond to the ongoing HIV/AIDS crisis.
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AIA National Nov 26
How I Met Your Mother, , and The Brady Bunch are a few portraying and designers. talks to experts to break down whether these characters could make it in the actual profession. (cc. )
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IL Newspaper Project Nov 22
We are excited to announce the launch of our new website! You can view it in all its glory here:
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Ricker Library Nov 22
Ricker Library's Fall Break hours are starting now. We hope everyone has a safe, relaxing break! We resume regular hours on Sunday, Dec 1.
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Ricker Library Nov 21
is hosting a reception for retired Col Debby Read TOMORROW at 11:30 am in 106 Main. Check out their display on the history of women in the military, with a focus on grads like Col Read.
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Ricker Library Nov 19
The Sousa Archives opened their latest exhibit titled "Anna Fay Herron and Bohumir Kryl: Mementos from the Women’s Symphony Orchestra of Chicago."
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Randy Deutsch Nov 18
Vista Tower (designed by a team led by Jeanne Gang) will supplant the nearby Aqua skyscraper (also designed by a team led by Jeanne Gang) as the tallest structure in the world designed by a woman. This will make home to the two tallest structures designed by a woman
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MPAL Illinois Nov 17
Are you going to the this today to see Little Sharp Ears or the St Louis Symphony? Come check-out MPAL before or after the performance. We will be bringing along some books and recordings with us. Come say hi to MPAL!
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Ricker Library Nov 15
Replying to @randydeutsch
We were eyeballing that title, too...so many great finds in the New Section!
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Ricker Library Nov 15
This Saturday, will host Lowell Miller, Fabrication Coord. for , for two demos of the traditional Japanese craft of Shou Sugi Ban, which translates to burnt cedar board.
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Architects’ Journal Nov 14
The AJ and are delighted to launch the MJ Long Prize, which is open to UK-based female architects and recognises excellence in practice
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Harvard GSD Nov 13
“The irony that some public spaces actively discourage public use should not be lost on anyone.” —Prof Jerold S. Kayden via .
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Ricker Library Nov 11
Check out our new display, "The Jewish Identity of Marc Chagall!" Also, check out some of the great events hosted by the Jewish Culture & Society on campus. There are 3 this week!
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AIA National Nov 10
Upcycling is the process of using, adapting, and upgrading materials that would otherwise be wasted. Think this seems daunting? See how the Blue Barn Theatre in Omaha used to build an entire space from resources.
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