FSU hosts over 2,000 international students from more than 130 countries. Check out how the libraries are welcoming these students!
FSU Libraries recognizes the contributions of Caribbean Americans during the month of June for National Caribbean-American Heritage Month.
This Pride Month, we’d like to honor the contribution the LGBTQ+ community has made to literature and to FSU Libraries. We had the opportunity to interview Haley McGuyre, a Graduate Assistant with Special Collections, and discuss their experience working on the LGBT Oral Histories Project at FSU Libraries.
Juneteenth, celebrates the liberation of the last enslaved people in Texas. In 2021, the United States declared June 19 a federal holiday. There will be events in Tallahassee to celebrate Juneteenth, and there are many resources for you to learn more about the significance of this holiday.
FSU Libraries celebrates Jewish American Heritage Month with a reflection on the concept of "Tikkun Olam."
FSU Libraries have officially wrapped up our first year with the Diverse Voices in STEM Speaker Series. Catch up on the speakers you missed, with recorded videos!
This month is all about celebrating, highlighting, ad commemorating women's contributions to society and American History. Here in Tallahassee, explore the number of ways to get involved in the community!
by Priscilla Hunt The Government Information unit at FSU libraries provides free public access to government information and publications for the State of Florida; United Nations; and the United States federal government publications. This includes highlighting important news and events that influence public policy at these three governmental bodies. February is nationally recognized as Black... Continue Reading →
Black history in the United States cannot be given due attention in a meager blog post. From the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, to Reconstruction, to the Civil Rights movement and the Black Lives Matter movement, it's easy to get entrenched in stories of Black pain and trauma. But amidst that there is also: excellence, joy, and... Continue Reading →
Looking for a way to celebrate Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month? FSU Libraries have you covered! We’ve compiled a list of novels written by Latinx authors for your enjoyment. With both physical and online options, you can dive into this selection any place, any time! The House of Spirits Author: Isabel AllendeDescription: In The House of Spirits,... Continue Reading →