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New Interlibrary Loan System

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Photo of books and articles.

Our new Interlibrary Loan platform is live! One great advantage to the new system is that you can now log into your account with your usual WCU credentials. Requesting and renewing articles and books should be a more seamless and accessible process. In your account, under Communication Preferences, you can… Read more »

Faculty Study Rooms and Family-Friendly Spaces

Photo of family-friendly study room.

Two of the library’s faculty carrels are now available in 4-hour blocks.  Reserve one here. Semester-long study carrels are still available and may be requested at the Circulation Desk. A family-friendly study room is also available for students, faculty, and visitors accompanied by children. While we welcome babies throughout the… Read more »

GLBT Book Month

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GLBT Book Month Logo

Hunter Library joins in the celebration of GLBT Book Month this June by featuring Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender (GLBT) fiction and nonfiction. Browse recent titles below, many of which have received the American Library Association’s Stonewall Awards. Click on a book cover for details and location information. The library’s… Read more »

CareZone Workshop on February 25

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CareZone Workshop

WCU students, faculty, and staff have the chance to attend a third CareZone workshop on February 25. CareZone begin in spring 2018 and is a two-hour program that provides instruction in understanding mental illness in day-to-day life. Participants will have an opportunity to develop a basic understanding of the disorders… Read more »

What is the Green Book?

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Cover of the 1960 Green Book, from the NY Public Library

The film Green Book won 3 Golden Globe awards this week. The movie title refers to an essential guide for African-American travelers, who often encountered segregation and discrimination throughout their journeys. The guide was created by a postal worker named Victor H. Green (the covers of the books were also… Read more »