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|As the 2012 Spring Semester began to wind down, LISSA, The Library and Information Science Student Association held an end of semester event for students and professors. On April 27, 2012, GSLIS TALKS Ideas Worth Spreading invited six GSLIS Professors to share their ideas and research related to the LIS field. Naresh Agarwal discusses how being different is being similar. Jeannette Bastian presents the importance of community archives. Ross Harvey empowers librarians as activists and thinking outside of convention. Amy Pattee goes over the history and evolution of the Box Car Children. Mary Wilkins Jordan talks about leadership within the LIS profession. Linnea Johnson GSLIS-ifies popular library and non-library related memes.