Native American cultures and tribes have wonderful myths, legends, fables, and folklore that have been passed down from generation to generation which can tell us about the peoples from whome these stories came. Although stories sometimes include multiple genres, generally speaking:
Check out ARTstor! ARTstor is a digital library database to which SLCC subscribes. With more than one million images, ARTstor has collections that can be used in a wide range of subject areas such as:
In addition to many other databases, SLCC provides Students, Staff, and Faculty access to a great online streaming video digital collection.
The Culinary Arts Program Archives contains Chef Menus which have been gathered over many years to provide contemporary and historical examples ranging from elegant gourmet events to those unique and delicious "hole-in-the-wall" cafes.
Archives Month is an annual event sponsored by archives and special collections across the nation. Archives showcased include academic, private, corporate, religious and governmental repositories.
Not sure what an Archives actually is? You're not alone!
It's that time again for Fall Semester Midterms. If assignments from your instructors seem to be piling up and you could use a little relaxation, try one or two of these tips:
Try a 1 Minute Acupressure Massage
If it’s the end of September, it’s Banned Books Week! This is the annual awareness campaign that draws attention to censorship and is the only national celebration of the freedom to read.