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Month: September 2016

First lines / Last lines

Posted in Academic Disciplines, Arts & Humanities, Library Collections, Library Research, and Library Services

Samuel T Barber (Cataloging & Metadata Librarian) takes an experimental excursion to see if a disparate collection of first lines and last lines from various unconnected works of literature can be recited and set to original music in order to create a completely new work.

Does the Library Have Textbooks?

Posted in About the Library, Academic Communities, Academic Disciplines, Arts & Humanities, Borrowing, Business & IT, Circulation Desk, Course Reserves, Faculty, General News, Health Sciences, Interlibrary Loan, Library Research, Library Services, Reference Desk, Research Assistance, Sciences, Social Sciences, and Students

Helpful answers and tips regarding a question frequently asked at the start of each semester, brought to you by our Business Librarian, Rob Sage.

Meet Our Talented Student Assistants: Anna Coria from the Exhibits Program

Posted in About the Library, Academic Communities, Faculty, General News, Library Exhibits, Library Faculty & Staff, Library Student Assistants, Staff & Administrators, and Students

Meet Anna Coria, from our Library Exhibits Program. Anna is a student assistant and art history major who does high impact practice work for our Library Exhibits Coordinator.