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Skillman's Library Social Justice Reading Series will partner on two reading discussions related to singer, actor, and Civil Rights activist Paul Robeson.
Skillman Library hosted its annual Edible Books Contest on Friday, March 31 to celebrate the April 1 birthday of French gastronome and author Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin and April Fools’ Day. This year we had a wide range of entries, frostings, and puns. The judges had a great time employing their superior tastes, and the winners are...
The East Asia Image Collection (EAIC) at Digital Scholarship Services has just added 453 new picture postcards to its open-access database.
The LaSeed Library is a community-based seed library where you can 'check-out' garden seeds, from the circulation desk, to grow in your dorm or garden.
Looking for a way to make sense of all you've been hearing about "fake news"? Try this smart interview with a computer scientist at Wellesley College who studies crowdsourcing and social networks.
The Library is pleased to announce that we have 16 new study rooms available for use on the lower level of Skillman Library.
All off-campus URLs for library resources have been updated. Access to resources through the library's website remains seamless, but users who have bookmarks are advised to contact the library or click through for instructions on how to update their URLs.