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Making It in Marvelously in the Big Apple

  Recently Netflix invested in a show that is set in New York City in 1956. The show, called The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,  is hilarious and features a smart-mouthed young Jewish woman in New York City. But even cooler than … Continue reading

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Magazine of the Week

Welcome back, everyone! In honor of Women’s History Month, this week’s title is Bust. This title was founded in 1993. It is published in Brooklyn, 6x/year, by editors Debbie Stoller and Laurie Henzel. It’s a “women’s magazine”, but not based … Continue reading

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Would you quote that?

In the FIT Library, we spend a lot of time talking about sources for your research. It’s super important that you have to quote them and cite them*. Plus, we can teach you ways to find things that used to … Continue reading

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