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The Myth and the Mundane: Reflections on Women in Society The Myth and the Mundane: Reflections on Women in Society As her senior project and final paper for her East/West major, BA graduate Inga Thornell wrote a research paper on the role of women and myth in society. The... More detail
Apsides, a Super Blood Moon and the Black Moon Lilith Apsides, a Super Blood Moon and the Black Moon Lilith It is September 28, 2015 as I write this and we just had a rare, dramatic and beautiful lunar eclipse. It was called both a Blood Moon and a Super Moon.... More detail
Philosophy as a Way of Life Philosophy as a Way of Life By outward appearances, Neo lived an unremarkable life. He slept, ate, went to work. Yet a nagging feeling something was not as it appeared persisted.... More detail

The Maggie A. Nalbandian Memorial Library is located in Lynnwood, Washington and is open to all. To help us defray costs, this a membership library. Your first visit is free. To use the library on a regular basis, we have different subscriptions available. Click here to visit our catalog or take a look at one of the books in our collection!

Kepler students may request that a member of the library staff photocopy articles or excerpts from books, especially if the information requested will help them with their studies or research. Articles will either be scanned and emailed or photocopied and mailed via US postal service unless doing so infringes on copyright laws. There is a fee.

If you cannot visit us in person, the Marion D. March Online Library is available through subscription and to students taking intensive courses.


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