Banned Books Week is Sept. 24 – 30. Join fellow students, colleagues, and community members for several events including a public reading of banned books, a powerful play, and a cabaret!
The library is evaluating NK News, a database of information related to North Korea. Try it and let us know what you think.
The Chronicle of Higher Education is now available off campus using these login instructions.
Read about new or changed resources for 2017-18.
Everything must go at the final, extra-large Murphy Library book sale, Thursday and Friday, Sept. 14 – 15, from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm!
If you have created an account for free access to the New York Times Digital Edition, remember that you have to re-activate that pass every year.
Murphy Library has special hours during the summer. See details here.
Interested in getting a quick, just-the-facts overview of Murphy Library?
Everyone is invited to participate in these informal tours.
New reference books, e-books, databases, and websites.
The basement and second floor will receive new carpeting and wall paint during the summer. Some areas will be temporarily sectioned off and unavailable for use.