Danielle Ball, Librarian, Business & Economics Department


Mexican American woman workers at the Side Way Baby Carriage Co.  circa 1922

We Mean Business: The Women of the American Labor Movement

March 20, 2023

Women’s work—inside and outside the home—has always been a part of American life. But the reality of work has not always been easy. Through marches, strikes, boycotts, and organizing, women have fought for fair wages, safer working conditions, and equal treatment under the law.

Mother helps daughter with online learning

Homeschooling Resources to the Rescue

April 20, 2020

If you’re a new, unexpected homeschool parent and are feeling overwhelmed, take a deep breath. You are not alone! Local school closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic have sent millions of parents scrambling to re-create the classroom experience at home.

Deaf students in class

National Deaf History Month: Celebrating an American Community

March 15, 2019

National Deaf History Month, which runs from March 13 to April 15, celebrates deaf history and promotes awareness of American deaf culture. The celebration spans two calendar months to include several key dates: