Emerging from the Depths of Archiving School

Contrary to popular belief, I have not been kidnapped by angry reference patrons nor have I fell onto the metro tracks during my weekly hustle to my internship.

I have returned with a new perspective into the life of a graduate student and what life is like when you live and breathe library-related ridiculousness. However, at this moment, I am do to walk to “class,” today which consists of touring the building in which I in fact work. Thrilling. Unfortunately, this is the most thrilling this particular class is going to get considering the professor has not worked in a archive related field since 1995, his “digitization” examples come from the 1970’s and he often speaks of the way things were in the National Archives when Reagan was president (who, for the record, was not in office during my life time).

Fret not, though. I have this little treat:




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