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Check out our most recently received Lease Books! You can browse all of our Lease Books on the shelves in the fireside room, or browse the covers of our most recent additions virtually on Pinterest.
Check out our newest display in the library: Blind Date with a Book! How to Participate: Browse the personal ad attached to each book and find one that fits your interests. Do not unwrap the book. Take it to the … Continue reading
Watch the Royal Shakespeare Company Production of Hamlet via the library’s subscription to Films on Demand: Master Academic Collection. Description from Films on Demand: Called “the greatest Hamlet of his generation” by Guardian reviewer Robert McCrum, Scottish actor David Tennant headlines this … Continue reading
From the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL): In honor of its Centennial in 2013, DOL, in partnership with the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress, is developing a list of Books that Shaped Work in America. To … Continue reading
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Tuesday, November 26th 7:45 am – 6:00 pm Wednesday, November 27th 8:00 am – Noon Thursday – Saturday (November 28-30) CLOSED Sunday, December 1st 6:00 pm – Midnight
In honor of the 50th anniversary today of the hit British television show Doctor Who, the blog Christ and Pop Culture has been taking a look at the series from a Christian perspective in their series, Doctor Who’s Doctrine.
Many people are celebrating the life and work of C. S. Lewis this week on the 50th anniversary of his death today, November 22nd. The blog Christ and Pop Culture has had a series entitled C. S. Lewis Celebrated. Likewise … Continue reading
Timed for the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the Government Printing Office has made the entire Warren Commission Report available here. If you prefer print, it is available in the library at 923.173 K383us3 and 923.173 K383un, … Continue reading
See announcement here. The post even has information regarding the earliest use of the word (2002) and it’s rise in usage (including a chart tracking it’s dramatic rise in usage in 2013). That said, just because Oxford is following words … Continue reading