Former Middlebury College librarian Joanne Schneider, recent graduate Milo Stanley, and current Middlebury librarian Katrina Spencer share what they are currently reading.
Celebrating Black History Month: Check out the Davis Family Library’s 2018 Black History Month display of books, CDs, DVDs, and podcast recommendations! See more at go/bhmdigital/. For the slides used in Black History… Read More
This month, we offer book reviews by Shenisis Kirkland, a second-year student at Middlebury, a Brooklyn native and a student staff representative at the Anderson Freeman Center; Hector Vila, who has taught in… Read More
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Odds and ends from around the library-verse…
Odds and ends from around the library-verse
Clair Beltran, ’16, Dean of the College, and Peggy Burns, Director, Center for Careers and Internships share thoughts on works they’ve recently read.
Have you noticed that there are new pieces of art hanging in Davis Family Library? These works are the result of a recent partnership between the Library and the Department of Studio Art.… Read More
Earlier this month, the Student Engagement Committee greeted incoming the Feb class with a poll asking: “What’s your favorite pop culture library?” We thought this would be both a fun way to link… Read More
Have you ever wondered which CDs are the most-used in the library’s collection of more than 21,000 CDs? Wonder no longer: 1. Regina Spektor: “Begin to Hope” / 67 circs 2. Bob Dylan:… Read More