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Online Escape Room
Need a Study Break? Check out Shake Library's Online Escape Adventures! Click here!
What Were You Wearing?
The Vincennes University Counseling Center and Shake Library bring you the exhibit "What Were You Wearing?". This installation is presented by Voices United -- an effort on campus to raise awareness around issues of sexual violence.
Please take our survey after viewing the installation.Click here!
Top 9 @ 9: Tutoring Resources
Has the thought of midterms left you feeling stressed?
The Knowledge Market shares helpful campus academic resources to help with your studies at VU.
Shake Off Semester Stress with Shake Library & the Knowledge Market!
Banned Books Week
Banned Books Week (September 27 - October 3, 2020) is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read. Click the banner above to learn more about Banned Books Week or watch the video below to discover the Top 10 Most Challenged Books of 2019. Below the video is a crossword you can play to learn more about some of the books that people have tried to challenge or ban in libraries across the country. You can also check out our map of books that have been banned or challenged in Indiana and Illinois. Celebrate Your Freedom to Read @ Shake Library.
Indiana Women's Suffrage Centennial Event
On September 2nd, Shake Library is collaborated with Knox County Public Library, the Fortnightly Women's Club, Knox County League of Women Voters, and Frances Vigo Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, to celebrate the Indiana Women's Suffrage Centennial. Marsha Miller delivered the talk From Amanda to Zerelda; Hoosier suffragists Who Raised a Ruckus.
The chronological history of women’s suffrage in Indiana was explored through historical costume and a suffragist song, or two! Marsha Miller introduced Hoosier women who helped shape the movement, including Amanda Way, Grace Julian Clarke, Mary Garrett Hay, Helen Cougar, Zerelda Wallace and May Wright Sewall with a special focus on Ida Husted Harper and Eugene and Kate Debs. Her talk also explored coverage of the little known 1917 Maston-McKinley Partial Suffrage Act, the Legislative Council of Women, and the words of Governor Goodrich upon signing ratification.
This program is presented in partnership of the Indiana Women’s Suffrage Centennial with the support from the Lilly Endowment, Inc. and Hillenbrand Industries.
Online Library Program
Top 9 @ 9: Navigating Semester Stressors with Useful Resources on Campus & Self-Care Tips
Has the start of the new semester left you feeling stressed?
The Counseling Center staff shares helpful resources to navigate the start of semester as well as helpful self-care tips to decrease stress. Shake Off Semester Stress with Shake Library & the VU Counseling Center!