Out Loud  / Lauren Young

Written by Lauren Young eight months ago

Call for Papers! Publishing new student journal of science and math

Call for papers

Back in the fall, I wrote a post about a new student-run and student-written academic journal I was about to start, called Symposium: Student Journal of Science and Math. At that time, we had the initial design by our Branding

Written by Lauren Young ten months ago

Team Kennedy Library scores the ACRL Excellence in Academic Libraries Award

jumbotron of the ACRL award announcement

Kennedy Library is the 2014 winner of the Association of College and Research Libraries’ (ACRL) Excellence in Academic Libraries Award. Are we excited? We certainly are. For those who may not know, ACRL grants this award to libraries that strive

Written by Lauren Young one year ago

LibRAT tips and tricks for saving money

Poster

Since working as a LibRAT, I have learned many library tricks to save some extra cash on my course textbooks. Now, I get to pass on some of my tips to you! Tip #1: Link+ “links” us to more libraries

Written by Lauren Young one year ago

Seeing (and thinking) orange: A LibRAT living in an open access world

I believe in open! A button from Kennedy Library

As you stay awake till the library’s closing hours, cramming for your midterms and finishing your essays this week, you may have seen bright orange banners and logos. Don’t worry. Your over-caffeinated mind isn’t playing tricks on you. All the

Written by Lauren Young one year ago

Be a part of it! Launching new science and math student journal

Graphic of brightly colored triangles that says Symposium: Student Journal of Science and Mathematics

This post is written by Lauren Young, fourth year biology student, LibRAT and chair of SLAC. Lauren will be (meta)blogging about how she is working this year to combine her love of science and writing, in her preparations for a

Written by Lauren Young one year ago

Love at first study with Lauren Young

Photo of biology and philosophy books in Kennedy Library

This is the first post in a series by Lauren Young, fourth year biology student, LibRAT and chair of SLAC (more on those acronyms below!). Lauren will be (meta)blogging about how she is working this year to combine her love

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