Category Archives: TV

“Can You Tell Me How to Get? How to Get to Sesame Street?”

*Post written by Mona Meyer, Archives and Special Collections Metadata Librarian. That question was answered just a little over 50 years ago with the debut of the beloved television show, November 10, 1969. Sesame Street has now produced over 4,500 … Continue reading

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The Book Came First

You know what the best part of the start of April was? Not the chance to play stupid pranks on my roommate, not the license to post 100% fake stuff on Facebook (because no one normally does that)….. it was the … Continue reading

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Do you Downton?

We, as Americans, are really interested in England. Maybe it’s some sort of appreciation for the country that is almost our cultural parent (we were originally an English colony remember, and the early Americans based a lot of their culture … Continue reading

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