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The Power of Dreams

-blog post by Josh Harris, Media Services At HPU Libraries we consistently support and encourage active thinking, information literacy, and creativity. This can take many forms, be it gathering scholarly articles for a research paper, combing through databases for a statistical analysis report, and sometimes, filming and editing an original movie. Dream, Above and Beyond​ […]

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HPU Libraries: COVID-Ready

by HPU Librarians  In common with all areas on campus, HPU librarians with campus partners have been working diligently to prepare all of our library spaces for the start of the new school year. We take very seriously the health and well-being of all HPU family members who enter and use our library spaces – […]

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Scary, Hairy, and Just Plain Thrilling: 10 Books about Monsters and Magic to put you in that Halloween Spirit

-Guest blog post by Celia Adams, Senior, and President of HPU’s Book Club Halloween is days away from being upon us, and that means candy, haunted houses, and the chance to scare ourselves silly with that mayhem and mischief this holiday brings. For some of us, the best part is stuffing ourselves with chocolate, and […]

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Self-Care Basics Bootcamp

-by Terah Kelleher, Technical Services Assistant The wellness and self-care industries are packed full of ways to take care of yourself. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, self-care is the “activity of taking care of one’s own health, appearance, or well-being.” Self-care fads come and go but there are practices that remain constant. Think of […]

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