Category Archive: Not that you asked…

What Are You Reading and Why?

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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

An Age-Old Question

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(Why?!! indeed!  Click on the image to find out!)

Et Al.

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Odds and ends from around the library-verse…

Et Al.

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Odds and ends from around the library-verse

What are you reading and why?

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Clair Beltran, ’16, Dean of the College, and Peggy Burns, Director, Center for Careers and Internships share thoughts on works they’ve recently read.

New Art, New Stool

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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

Your Favorite Pop Culture Library

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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

Most Popular CDs

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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

What Students Say About Research

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Library research is sometimes like rounding the corner of a winding mountain path. The higher you climb, the more you realize how much there is to see. In a survey of last year’s… Read More

Most Popular DVDs

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Ever wonder what the most popular movies are that the library owns?  Well, we did, and here’s what we found:

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