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Late Night Studying during exams

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Filed under Library News:  Alerts Innis Mills Thode

This year you will once again have lots of options when it comes to late night studying during exams.


Shining a light on Hamilton’s aspiring writers

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Mabel Pugh Taylor Writer-in-Residence Kim Echlin and seven local aspiring authors gave readings of their work at a recent event co-hosted by McMaster University Library.


What could the Library look like in 10 years?

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Filed under Library News:  Mills Thode

Floor plans from the recent Master Library Space Plan exercise are now on display in the lobbies of Mills and Thode libraries. McMaster faculty, staff and students are invited to view the plans and provide feedback.


McMaster Library News: Winter 2016

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Breathing new life into a medieval gem, celebrating the treasures in McMaster’s maps collection, marking a key milestone in the Lyon’s New Media Centre. Find these stories and more in the latest issue of the McMaster Library News.


Words and Music: Readings from a Residency

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McMaster University Library, the Department of English and Cultural Studies and the Hamilton Public Library invite you to Words and Music, a special event featuring readings by Kim Echlin, the Mabel Pugh Taylor Writer-in-Residence for 2015-16.


No, you can’t read that book!

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Filed under Library News:  Mills

February 22-26 is Freedom to Read Week. Visit Mills Library to explore a wide and surprising array of books that have at one time been banned or challenged.


New collection captures figure skating’s storied past

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Filed under Library News:  Mills

Few stars shine as bright in the history of figure skating as Sonia Henie and Barbara Ann Scott. Now a new collection is providing a unique glimpse at these and other superstars of the figure skating world.


Canadians more upbeat than US neighbours, at least on Twitter

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We watch the same TV shows, listen to the same music and wear the same clothes. But according to research conducted in the Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship, when it comes to what we tweet, Canadians and Americans could hardly be more different.


Postcards provide glimpse of Canada's wintery past

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A series of postcards from the McMaster University Library's archives provides a snap shot of what winter in Canada was like over a century ago.


Thank You: The Toy & Food Drive was a Success!

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Filed under Library News:  Events Innis Mills Thode

The Frances McCrone Toy and Food Drive, hosted by McMaster Libraries has just finished yet another successful year. We wish to sincerely thank everyone from both across and off campus who made donations of gifts, food, pet items, and monetary donations to make this year’s drive a huge success! A special thank you to Library staff and students who assisted with the drive this year to help make this possible! All donations go to city residents in need through the downtown Hamilton branch of the Salvation Army, a tradition dating back almost 40 years.


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