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Libraries in Literature (Part 2)

Posted in Arts & Humanities, Faculty, General News, Staff & Administrators, and Students

It’s fascinating to see the media depiction of various symbolic representations of the library.  In this second installment of the “Libraries in Literature” blog series, Reference & Instruction Librarian Richard Cho introduces another five literature  that feature libraries.

Must-Read Books for Summer 2018

Posted in Academic Communities, Faculty, General News, Staff & Administrators, and Students

Summer is here! And undoubtedly, summer is a great season to read books! (along with fall, winter, and spring). These are a few summer favorites recommended by our own faculty, staff, and library student employees. Are you reading something interesting this summer?

Librarian Richard Cho: Top 10 Books I Read in 2017

Posted in Academic Communities, Borrowing, Faculty, General News, Library Collections, Library Faculty & Staff, Library Services, Staff & Administrators, Students, and Visiting the Library

At the beginning of 2017, I (Richard Cho: instruction and reference librarian) was determined to read 50 books that year. For this blog post, I selected ten books that left lasting impressions and expanded the mental horizon within me.