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For the bookshelf: No Middle Ground

For the bookshelf: No Middle Ground

For the bookshelf: Yoknapatawpha

For the bookshelf: Yoknapatawpha

For the bookshelf: Patterns of Potential Human Progress series

Advancing Global Education Patterns of Potential Human Progress series Janet Dickson, Barry Hughes and Mohammod Irfan Paradigm Publishers, 2009 The Patterns of Potential Human Progress series provides a thorough analysis on an array of issues, such as poverty and health, and then predicts trends based on the data. “We look […]

For the bookshelf: New Orleans Cuisine

For the bookshelf: New Orleans Cuisine

New Orleans Cuisine: Fourteen Signature Dishes and Their Histories By Susan Tucker (MA librarianship ’73) University Press of Mississippi, 2009   Possibly no other city in America is as closely identified with certain types of food as New Orleans. Chicago has its hot dogs, New York has its pizza, but […]

For the bookshelf: Mindful Eating 101

For the bookshelf: Mindful Eating 101

In Mindful Eating 101, Susan Albers presents a guide to healthy eating and self acceptance that will help readers navigate the weight-obsessed, diet-crazed, fast-food saturated college environment.