Thursday, February 15, 2024
In today's world of information overload, misinformation, clickbait, and AI, being a careful consumer of information is more important than ever. Join University Libraries for this session in which we'll discuss ways to be intentional in your media consumption and information sharing, how to evaluate information for accuracy, authority and bias, and how to contribute to the information ecosystem ethically. Katie Lorton, Director of Research and Branch Services, will share ways that University Libraries is working to help students develop their media literacy skills.This event is free and open to the public and a part of the Friends of Bracken Library’s Virtual Lunch and Learn series.
There have been 49 vice presidents of the United States. However, very few people can name more than a handful of them. Harris will introduce all 49 VPs and share interesting stories about each of them. Limited to 40 guests. Three Thursdays, February 15-29 | No charge, reservations required
As the ghosts of a past wrong begin to emerge, a tangled web of lies reveals family secrets and chilling motives, where the real murderer turns out to be the greatest mystery of all. Tickets available through the College of Fine Arts Box Office.