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New Materials for January

January 5, 2020 by Reference Librarian | Exhibits and Displays

Happy New Year! If you are taking a break from school or beginning the Interterm, stop by the library to take a look at the new materials. For food and tea lovers out there, learn more about its history and current struggles in The taste of empire: how Britain’s quest for food shaped the modern

Lost Heritage: The Sikh Legacy in Pakistan – A Glimpse of Guru Nanak’s Travels A new photography exhibit in collaboration with Sikhlens

December 9, 2019 by | Exhibits and Displays

Thanks to the Sikhlens Foundation, the Leatherby Libraries is proud to host the photography exhibition, Lost Heritage: The Sikh Legacy in Pakistan – A Glimpse of Guru Nanak’s Travels, by Amardeep Singh. The exhibit is currently on view until January 15, 2020 in the Doy and Dee Henley Reading Room on the second floor of the Leatherby

New Materials for December

December 9, 2019 by Reference Librarian | Exhibits and Displays

Finals week is here! Looking for that last resource to complete your research paper? Grab some last minute materials to help get you through the end of the semester. The new materials display is located behind the reference desk and everything is available for check-out. Featured DVDs Featured Books Education Children and materialities : the

New Materials for November

November 9, 2019 by Reference Desk | Exhibits and Displays

While stopping by the library for research materials, be sure to check out some of the newest books we have added to the collection: The New Materials display is located behind the Reference Desk and everything is available for check-out. Featured DVDs     Featured Books Humanities Hunger in War and Peace: Women and Children

Exploring the Library: Yakir Aharonov Alcove

November 1, 2019 by | Exhibits and Displays

When I was younger, I would watch every documentary I could about quantum physics, string theory, future technology, anything in the realm of experimental science. I had an obsession with it and for a short time, wanted to be a quantum physicist. While I am not currently pursuing quantum physics, the concepts of bending time

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