Get your photograph taken with Santa (for only $2 per person) on November 24th or 25th, from 1:30-3:30PM in the lobby of Mills Library (1st floor). You'll be helping out families in our community and will get to meet Santa!
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1971. The Pentagon Papers have just been released, “All in the Family” makes its television debut, Tom Jones' "She's a Lady" tops the charts and Frankenstein comes to McMaster.
Co-written by famed Canadian actor and McMaster alumnus Dave Thomas and his brother, award-winning musician Ian Thomas, who composed the score, Frankenstein made its theatrical debut at McMaster’s Robinson Theater in March of 1971.
The Lyons New Media Centre recently rolled out the red carpet for the third annual McMaster 24 Hour Film Festival gala event.
With popcorn in hand, McMaster students, alumni, staff and faculty gathered at the Art Gallery of Hamilton to screen the top ten festival entries and to announce the winning films, selected by a jury of industry specialists.
Are you looking for an opportunity to enhance your 2015/16 research leave experience in a local (on-campus) setting?
The University Library is seeking a faculty member interested in spending a portion of time during his or her 2015/16 research leave to serve as the University Library’s second Faculty-Member-in-Residence.
"What is that thing" "Is that a 3D printer" "Cool!" "Awesome" "Can we use it?"
These are various comments that have been heard in the Lyons New Media Centre as the new 3D printer was put in place and tested.
Yes!, the library now has a 3D printer for McMaster students, staff and faculty to use! Thanks to the MSU Student Life Enhancement Fund (SLEF), the Lyons New Media Centre was able to purchase an Ultimaker 3D printer. It will be a free service for any McMaster student or employee.
And the Winner Is ...
Rabbi Bernard Baskin is a household name in Hamilton. He is known both for his many years of service to the congregation of Temple Anshe Sholom, the oldest Reform Congregation in Canada, which he joined in 1949, and in the broader Hamilton community as an avid reader, speaker, and columnist.
McMaster University Library is proud to offer a travel scholarship for one McMaster graduate student to attend OpenCon 2014, the student and early career conference on open access, open data and open educational resources.
To mark the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the First World War, McMaster music student Jason Scozzari revived a moving piece of Canadian wartime music.
The composition, "Days of Peace," was written by Herbert Kohler in 1915.
The original sheet music is housed in McMaster's extensive "War Songs from the First Half of 20th Century" collection, located in the Archives & Research Collection at Mills Memorial Library. Scozzari, who is entering his fourth year at McMaster this fall, performed the piece in Convocation Hall.