Vermillion Public Library digitizes microfilm, opens online news archive

In order to make historical news records more accessible to the public, the Vermillion Public Library recently digitized its collection of Vermillion Plain Talk microfilm. Rather than viewing these records on a big microfilm viewer, patrons can now access these records from an online archive.  Daniel Burniston, the Library Director, said the move to digitization […]

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Kenny Ortega is a god

Dirty Dancing. Newsies. Hocus Pocus. High School Musical 1, 2, and 3. Michael Jackson’s This Is It tour. Descendants 1, 2, and 3. High School Musical: The Musical the Series. New hit Netflix show Julie and the Phantoms. What do all of these things have in common? They were all directed by one man. Kenny […]

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Can’t Buy Me Love: celebrating Valentine’s Day sustainably

The commercialization of love on February 14 has consequently contributed to the disposal of millions of greeting cards, heart shaped boxes, balloons, teddy bears, plastic wrapping and glitter into our already heaping landfills. Each year, Americans spend billions on material goods to show their love on any occasions and surprises them with personalized mother’s day […]

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