• Posted: September 13, 2016
    Elections Voting Constitution Exhibit at Randall Library UNCW

    A new exhibit in the Sherman Hayes Gallery explores the various meanings and outcomes of the right to vote in the United States.

    Stop by to look at the connections between this year's election process, your role as a voter, and the U.S. Constitution, and to share with other guests what the right to vote means to you. View information on the Constitutional amendments relating to voting rights, the process by which presidents are elected, and the current battle over voting rights in North Carolina. 

    A rotating digital display provides information on the current presidential, gubernatorial, and senatorial campaigns, as well as voter registration in North Carolina.

    Stop by the front of the library to register to vote on September 26-28.


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  • Posted: September 01, 2016
    Randall Library Banned Books 2016 Exhibit

    Please visit our Banned Books Week exhibit in the New & Popular Book area on the library's first floor. Featuring personal selections from current English 382 (Ways of Teaching Literature) students alongside the top 100 banned and challenged books from 2000-2009, our exhibit showcases a diverse array of titles ranging in topics from American slavery to transsexualism. 

    We invite you also to join us on Thursday, Sept. 29, when we partner with the UNCW English Department to host a Read-In where you are asked to read aloud from your favorite banned or challenged books. Bring your own book or grab one here and connect with voices from across campus.

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