Are certain individuals imbued with particular biological constructs that predispose them to their own unique baseline of happiness? If so, as a result, are they fated to the inevitability of a life of perpetual despair, or are they destined to the upper reaches of unlimited elation and euphoria?
Follow along in the year 2051 where most of the population of the United States lives in two large domes called the Eastern and Western States. A young teenager named Faith lives beyond the dome, along with a very small percentage of others that have chosen to remain on the outside.
With school less than two weeks away, there’s a good chance some of you are feeling anxious. This is probably most true if you’re starting a new school, especially if you’re going from elementary to middle school or middle school to high school. Scott Calvin had a similar experience in the book
The March on Washington: A Book Talk with author William P. Jones
Please join us in the Washingtoniana Room (Room 307) at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 22, for a discussion of the book The March on Washington: Jobs, Freedom, and the Forgotten History of Civil Rights with author and University of Wisconsin history professor, William P. Jones.
Once a month at Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library, dogs and their owners from People Animals Love (PAL) come to help children practice their reading skills through the Read to a Four-Legged Friend program.