Monthly Archives: January 2011

There’s Always Hope

This balloon, which just says, “Hope,” is floating over the building where I work. We learned recently that it’s to draw attention to an exhibit on display on another department in the building. Still, I see it every day when … Continue reading

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My Application is In!

Well, I did it, I finished my application for library science school, and it’s submitted! Yay! I did the online application last weekend, and totally revamped my application essay last night. I decided to let the essay simmer overnight, and … Continue reading

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Enthusiasm for What You’re Doing!

This past Tuesday’s ice and light snow preventing our new cataloging intern from starting on time, since the university severe weather policy kicked in, so he started yesterday morning. I think his field experience got off to a very good … Continue reading

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New Semester, New Intern

Tomorrow, weather permitting, our new intern will start in Cataloging & Metadata Services! He attends North Carolina Central University’s School of Library and Information Sciences, and he’ll be the┬áseventh intern from that program. It’s been a really┬ánice collaboration between our … Continue reading

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Free for All

One of the nice things about my Christmas break was that I got a good bit of reading done! Last night I finished the books, Free for all: Oddballs, Geeks, and Gangstas in the Public Library. Since I’m hoping to … Continue reading

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