McMaster University Library is asking faculty, staff and students to complete a survey aimed at finding ways to improve existing library spaces and plan for future needs.
McMaster Writer-in-Residence Hal Niedzviecki invited the McMaster community to help write a campus poem. Read the finished product.
If you’re a budding poet (and even if you’re not!), McMaster Writer-in Residence, Hal Niedzviecki, invites you to help write the McMaster poem from Feb. 2-6.
Rhonda Moore's job at the Library wasn't always so digital. In fact, her first position at the University was as a barcoder, placing barcodes on books after they were manually catalogued. Moore now manages the Lyons New Media Centre - one of McMaster's most digital spaces - and was among the 122 university employees inducted into the Quarter Century Club Wednesday night.
McMaster's Libraries are once again pleased to host this year's Annual Toy and Food Drive, in support of the Hamilton chapter of the Salvation Army's Christmas Bureau. This year's drive runs from November 23 to December 17, with drop-off boxes in each of the 4 campus Libraries.
It’s mid semester now and we hope you’ve settled into your classes. It’s also about time for those midterm and final assignments to roll around. You may not know where to begin, but the library has a vast array of resources for you to use for research purposes, study spaces, printing and much more! We’ve compiled a list of some of the things the library can offer you.
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.