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Alternatives to Reality TV at the Library

Do you want a taste of real reality?  Check out the genre that preceded reality TV, and which continues to afford us glimpses into the truest inner-workings of the human psyche – the documentary. If you have studied the psychology … Continue reading

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Spooky Movies at the Library

Looking for a scary movie to watch tonight? The University Library has a collection of DVDs and other media items on the second floor of Library South. You can use the Advanced Search option in our catalog, GIL-Find, to search … Continue reading

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Media Education Foundation documentaries

The library has a large collection of documentaries from the Media Education Foundation that are great for class screenings or student research. Some of our new and/or interesting titles from MEF include: Killing us softly 4: Advertising’s image of women … Continue reading

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