Library News Archive

July 2022

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DIY Home Improvement Virtual Display

Sometimes a fresh updated look to your surroundings is just the thing to lift depression, help get organized, and channel inner creativity. Here are some examples of inspiring and simple projects that anyone can tackle on a budget.

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Featured Ebook: Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents

This book explores how America today, and throughout its history, has been shaped by a hidden caste system. Linking the caste systems of America, India, and Nazi Germany, the author explores eight pillars that underlie caste systems across civilizations.

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Geology of the Pacific Northwest Virtual Display

Volcanoes and earthquakes and floods - oh my! All of these natural disasters and more have shaped the land where we live. Professor Nick Zentner from Central Washington University calls the Pacific Northwest "Disneyland for Geologists".

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Get Physical

Get active, start moving, and have fun doing it. Exercise offers lots of perks: it pumps up brain cells, boosts mood, promotes better sleep, and contributes to a longer life.

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