A selection of works from the Winter 2012 2nd year painting course Studio Practice and Criticism are now hanging in the main staircase of Mills Memorial Library. The self-portraits were painted under the supervision of John Ford.
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Significant electrical work required by the construction of the Wilson building has made it necessary for Mills Library to shut down for two days during the Reading Week period, Tuesday February 18th and Wednesday February 19th.
In celebration of the awarding of 2013 Nobel Prize in Literature to Alice Munro—the first Canadian so honoured—the Division of Archives and Research Collections is pleased to present an exhibition highlighting Munro and 17 other Nobel Laureates represented in our collections.
The McMaster University Library’s Respect Campaign is holding a Twitter/Facebook contest for students during Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) Week, Feb 10-16, 2014. We would like to encourage everyone to spread kindness every day, and this is your official invitation to go all out!
Would you like to be a Human book? Would you be interested in checking out a human book to 'read' their story?
McMaster Library and the Office of Human Rights & Equity Services (HRES) are hosting a Human Library event at McMaster University in the Lyons New Media Centre of Mills Library. The event will take place Thursday March 13th, 2014 from 11am-2:30 pm.
With a new term come new assignments and new research projects. And to the Library come new books, e-books, videos, journals, and many other resources. Want to keep up-to-date on all of these new Library materials? We can help! We’ve added a function to the Library Catalogue to show you the most recently added items across all of our collections.
The Library's Annual Toy and Food Drive has just wrapped up and we are happy to report that this year has been another success. A sincere thank you is due to the McMaster community for the generous donations of gifts, food, and pet items. Also, a big thank you to the staff in the Library and many other departments who assist in the drive each year.
All the donations go to city residents who genuinely need the help, via the downtown Hamilton branch of the Salvation Army, a tradition that dates back almost 40 years now.
McMaster’s library recently acquired a copy of the menu from the 1899 student Christmas dinner, a document dating back to when McMaster was just 12 years old – some 31 years before the university would move from downtown Toronto to its current location in Hamilton.
You better not shout. You better not cry. You better not pout; I'm telling you why...
That's right! The big man himself has taken time out of his very busy schedule to visit Mills Library.
Santa Claus has come to the library!