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The Carson-Newman Library’s Fireside Room officially opened on Saturday morning. Here are a few photos of the beautiful study area!
Things are beginning to take shape in the Fireside Room. The bookcases are mounted to the wall, and some of the furniture has arrived. We even have some panels of books that will be used for wall decor. You can … Continue reading
Did you know that the Bible is restricted or banned in about 50 countries of the world? In some cases, it is a ban on the manufacture, although they are allowed to be imported. In some countries, translation into … Continue reading
The Fireplace for our new Fireside Room arrived yesterday! This area is where Java City was formerly located. It will be a comfortable seating area which will house our leased books collection which features newly released popular materials such as … Continue reading
The Patient Provision and Affordable Care Act will be taking effect soon. Open enrollment for the health insurance marketplace begins October 1. You can read the official text of the law on FDSys.
Come check out our banned books display in the library . You may check out the titles if you wish to read them!
Today is National Punctuation Day. Celebrate all those periods, commas, semicolons, apostrophes, exclamation points, question marks, ellipses, hyphens, colons, and dashes that help readers understand what we mean when we write. There is even a short essay contest you can … Continue reading
Each year, one week is designated as “Banned Books Week” to create awareness of books that have been challenged and to celebrate our freedom to read. What are a few of the books that were challenged orbanned in 2012-2013? Ehrenreich, … Continue reading
You will want to see the wonderful Greek manuscripts that have been digitized by the British Museum. Their blog post describes the 11 manuscripts. Their digitized manuscripts may be found here.
It’s National Read a Book Day. What are you reading? Pictured: Our student worker Lora McCullough reads a book while it is slow at the circulation desk!