Join us this semester as we take a look back at the history of television. Get involved by voting for the oldest television program you remember watching.
What is the oldest television program you remember watching?
Leave it to Beaver (1957 - 1963)
(33%, 33 Votes) I Dream of Jeanie (1965-1970)
(23%, 23 Votes) Home Improvement (1991 to 1998)
(23%, 23 Votes) Alf (1986 - 1990)
(15%, 15 Votes) Welcome Back Kotter (1974-1979)
(5%, 5 Votes) The Texico Star Theatre w/ Milton Burle (1948-1953)
(1%, 1 Votes) St. Elsewhere (1982-1988)
(1%, 1 Votes)
Also, feel free to list your favorites not in our poll in the comments section!
This time of year it seems like cookies are everywhere. A friendly discussion was started today in the library about what our favorite cookies are. We would like your input too. Vote in our Poll as to your favorite type of Holiday cookie!
If you choose “Other”, explain your choice in the
What is your favorite Holiday Cookie?
(22%, 2 Votes) Peanut Butter
(22%, 2 Votes) Gingerbread
(22%, 2 Votes) Other
(22%, 2 Votes) Chocolate Chip
(11%, 1 Votes) Sugar Cookie
(0%, 0 Votes)
The Todd Library is pleased to announce the availability of
The Chronicle of Higher Education online.
To view a list of features now available to you via this new service visit the guide to the site by visiting: http://chronicle.com/search/guide/
Thursday, November 16th, 9 pm to Midnight.
Watch for more information later in the semester!
The library will be open extra hours for a special event, Late Night with the Todd Library.
A study break
Free snacks and drinks
Help with research
Using library resources
And much more!
We had a great time last semester and hope you will join us this November.
Leap into finals with the Todd Library!
October is National Fire prevention month. Make sure to stop by to see our display of books and literature on fire safety.