Posted on April 17th, 2013 by Brown Library Blogger
Library Tip of the Day
If we don’t have the item you need, we can request it for you from another library that owns it.
Our Interlibrary Loan service allows you to obtain books, articles, and other materials that are not available in Brown Library. Student requests are honored for materials needed to fulfill the reading and … Read the rest
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Posted on April 13th, 2013 by Brown Library Blogger
Library Tip of the Day
We’re open 9am-4pm Saturdays in April! Come escape the distractions of home and spend Saturday at Brown.
National Library Week Events:
- Reading Flash Mob: Bring a book, comics, magazines, graphic novel and READ. Front steps of library, 11:15am on the dot, Friday, April 19th.
- Word of the Week: Stop by the
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Posted on January 29th, 2013 by Brown Library Blogger
Due to the renovation of the Circulation floor (top floor) of the library, the majority of the library’s print books have been put into storage. But don’t worry— the entire circulating collection of books will be back in place on the top floor when the renovation is complete later this year!
In the meantime, you still have … Read the rest
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Posted on December 6th, 2012 by Brown Library Blogger
You are cordially invited to use Brown Library’s “Study Hall” for quiet, individual study.
This silent area for individual study is located in the HR Training Room/room F002 on the ground floor of Fishburn Hall — the building next door to the library.
Study Hall Dates and Hours:
December 3, 7, 10-14, 17-18: 10:00 am to … Read the rest
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Posted on October 5th, 2012 by Brown Library Blogger
Banned Books Week celebrates the freedom we have in the U.S. to express our opinions— even if the opinion might be considered unorthodox or unpopular. Unfortunately, not everyone has this right; there are currently many authors around the world who have been imprisoned, or whose lives have been threatened, because of their writings. Check out this slide … Read the rest
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