A collage of completed NASA coloring pages. It’s National Coloring Book Day, and you might be surprised to know that the Sycamore Library has over 175 coloring books and coloring sheets produced by U.S. federal and Texas state government agencies for educational and promotional purposes and covering virtually every topic under the sun. Some are… Read more »
Every year since 1921, when the Budget and Accounting Act gave the President of the United States the overall responsibility for planning the annual Budget of the United States Government, the Government Publishing Office (GPO) has worked with the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) to produce and distribute the President’s budget proposals… Read more »
November is National Scholarship Month, a time to raise awareness of scholarship opportunities for current and future college students. We recommend that this fall, you take some time to search for scholarship opportunities. Keep a running list of opportunities of interest for which you are eligible, noting submission deadlines. There’s no magic date by which… Read more »
June is national Soul Food month, so before we all fry our way into July, we thought we’d highlight a government document soul food source. The term soul food was apparently coined in the 1960s to describe an African American cuisine born in the rural areas of southern states. The distinction between soul food and… Read more »
Welcome to the Sycamore Stacks. This blog will share information about the collections, services, and interests of the staff and librarians at the Eagle Commons Library at Sycamore Hall. We invite you to visit the library and stay tuned to this space for a variety of information and updates.
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