Fall 2016
I met Pepper this past spring, while we were in Paris for Barnard’s Global Symposium. He is a gentle-seeming soul, with oval-shaped inquisitive eyes and a perky...
Fall 2016
Geographic mapping is useful not only when you’re in your car and unsure when to make that left turn. To historian Gergely Baics, an assistant professor of...

No connection? Check out these new zines about lost and found love online.

Though the days of couples carving their initials into treestumps and undeniable love-at-first-sight reside only in fiction, the fact is, you can't deny the appeal of falling in love while wrapping yourself in a Snuggie and slurping instant noodle soup. Online dating services allow users to construct and hide behind tippy-top versions of themselves and simultaneously lust over the photoshopped versions others. While one could argue that these websites such as OK Cupid attempt to build love from sham, statistics show that online dating was the root of  17% of last year's marriages. 

Ellyssa Kroski wins Greenwood Publishing Group Award

The American Library Association (ALA) has named The Tech Set the winner of the 2011 Greenwood Publishing Group Award for the Best Book in Library Literature. The Tech Set was envisioned, created, and edited by Ellyssa Kroski and published by Neal-Schuman.

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