‘New acquisitions’ Category

Looking for New Books?

Looking for our New Title Shelf? It’s moved around the corner to a bigger and better space  in the Library’s Hasselquist room! Need a pause in your busy day? Take a break and browse through the Library’s newest acquisitions. Book displays currently on view in the Hasselquist room: Arab American Heritage Month (April 2023) MayDay! […]

New Acquisitions in SCRB!

Detail of Leaf 127 from the Liber Chronicarum. 1493. (SCRB Collection 16) This semester we are welcoming several new items to Special Collections and Rare Books, or the SCRB (pronounced “scrib”)! These new acquisitions will help us teach the history of books and printing along with many items we already own. These rare items are […]

New Books – Young Adult Fiction!

New books arrive almost daily at the library. Here are some recent additions in Young Adult fiction. Stock up for your holiday travels! Everything, Everything by Nicola Soon. *Shelved on the Young Adult display shelves near the couches by the library’s main entrance. Heir of Fire: A Throne of Glass Novel by Sarah J. Maas. […]

What have you been reading lately?

For most students, the question is met with a laugh and an eye roll, “Well, I’ve been spending a lot of time with my organic chemistry textbook lately.” In general, the demands of college work and life don’t leave much time for recreational reading.  In fact, we’ve even done research on this, with our own […]


This resource highlight is brought to you by library intern Erik Johnson ’14. The Library has recently gotten access to ARTstor—a database of more than 1.4 million images, containing high-resolution pictures of everything from sculptures, to historical photographs, to impressive architecture. While this is obviously of great use to art and art history classes, the […]

Archives Unbound

This resource highlight is brought to you by library intern Erik Johnson ’14. The library has recently gotten access to several new primary source collections from the Gale “Archives Unbound” database, covering a broad swath of history.  These databases grant access to collections looking at such topics as the Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW), […]

Behind the Wall

Ever wonder what’s happening “behind the wall “ of the circulation desk  or the back offices of the library? Did you ever wonder how titles get entered into the online catalog that you use to search for materials for your assignments? There is a group of library staff  that order materials, catalog them into the […]

Highlighted book from our collection

A festschrift in honor of Barbara Fister, one of our very own librarians, has been  published by the Association of College and Research Libraries and can be found on our new book shelf. Finding a public voice : using Barbara Fister as a case study edited by Danielle Theisse and Diane K. Kovacs. From the […]

Sort New Acquisitions by Collection

Our  New Acquisitions page will now allow you to sort by the collection code. You will appreciate this new feature if you want to find our newest DVDs, children’s books or Special Collections, etc. Thanks to Jessie Twaddle and Billy Visto from GTS.

Have you seen our New Acquisitions Webpage?

View this site to find out what new titles were added to the library or use the option of subscribing to the RSS feeds to alert you to new arrivals in your field of interest. Please note that as a way to be most efficient, we will now be using this RSS feed option in […]