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The Library and Food: Finding a Healthy Balance

by Emily Siess Donnellan I’ve never shared this before, but during law school I gained 40 pounds. I was already overweight having gained the freshman 15 (and then some) in undergrad. But law school took me in to a different … Continue reading

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“Going Over the Top”: One Librarian’s Foray into a Part-Time JD Program

You history majors or just history buffs out there will instantly recognize the phrase, “going over the top” and how it was used by soldiers in WWI to describe to act of climbing out of their trench and out into … Continue reading

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Dynamic Balance: Working Hard. Playing Hard. Having it all.

It’s 9:40 on Wednesday night. I have been up and moving since 6:30am. It’s the fifth day in a row that I have been this busy, and I love my life. For me, occasionally moving at this break-neck pace and … Continue reading

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New AALL Wiki on the Economy and You!

I knew that AALL had a new wiki on “Tools for Success in Today’s Economy.” But, I didn’t realize that we, as AALL members, could add content to the wiki. It’s something I want to try and remember to do … Continue reading

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