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March is Women’s History Month

March 23, 2015-1:34 pm
Migrant Mother from Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division

This year’s theme for Women’s History is “Weaving the Stories of Women’s Lives”.

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It is our duty to recognize the contributions and sacrifices of the brave and often overlooked women service members and Veterans.

SBCC Reads 2015

February 23, 2015-8:06 am
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Get a free copy of Orange Is the New Black at the library. This book sheds a unique light on life inside a women’s prison, by a Smith College graduate who did the crime and did the time.

Google Drive Add-ons for Students

February 22, 2015-9:41 pm
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Get more out of Drive with Add-ons

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From vaccinations to drunk birds. Check out JSTOR Daily to find out “where news meets its scholarly match.”

President Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter on television during 1st presidential debate in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Library of Congress)

Closed Friday, February 13 through Monday, February 16. Reopen on Tuesday, February 17, 2015.
Access our online items here!

Photograph of Carter G. Woodson, 1915.

This year’s theme for Black History Month: A Century of Black Life, History, and Culture.

Photo of the word success written in a notebook.

Take a quick glance at the some of the services and resources provided by the library to help you succeed this semester.

What are your goals?

January 20, 2015-8:52 am
Always searching for a new adventure

Share your goals! There is a white board at the library exit you can use to write a goal you have today.

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22 scholarships to students for textbooks for the Spring 2015 from the Friends of the Luria Library.
Click here for application. Deadline=December 10, 2014