Adult Services Librarian John Piche talks about his upcoming discussion group featuring The New York Times Magazine, 1619 Project.
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Library Tech Trainer Alyse Giannotti talks fake news in advance of her new Tech Talk, “How to Spot Fake News”.
Youth Services Associate Steve Eigsti introduces a new teen program at Coventry: The Homeschool Geo Group.
Communications Manager Sheryl Banks walks us through the history of National Library Card Sign-Up Month.
Episode 6: The Onion of JCU Joe Miller ’59 joins Dave and Chelsea to explore the legend of Harry Gauzman. Enrolled in classes at JCU and even writing articles in the Carroll News, was Harry Gauzman an actual student at Carroll? Join us to find out.
Episode 5: A Road Less Traveled Dave sits down with Rafeale Gibson ’05 to explore his experience as a first generation college student at John Carroll and how self-determination and the University community guided him through his journey to graduation.
Episode 4: Service with Others – Part 2 of 2 Part two of a two-part series about service at JCU. From Labre to Carroll Ballers and everything in between, Chelsea and Dave chat with John Scarano, Sr. Katherine Feely and Peggy Finucane about the role service plays in the lives of today’s John Carroll students.
Episode 4: Service for Others – Part 1 of 2 Part one of a two-part series about service at JCU. University Archivist, Laurene DiCillo ’87 highlights how service at John Carroll has played a significant role in the history and mission of the university over the last few decades, including the Sodality Club and service […]
Episode 3: March Madness – Part 2 of 2 Part two of a two-part series. From a live rendition of Michael Jackson’s Thriller, to cameos of the stadium announcer for Cleveland Cavalier’s games, JCU Men’s Basketball games were the hot place to be in Cleveland during the 1980’s. Dave sits down with Coach Tim Baab, […]