The Story of Opera by Bates Professor James Parakilas is a feast for all the senses.
Two weeks left before finals and many papers to finish…or begin. Why not make an appointment with a Research Librarian for a One-2-One search consult?
Standing in line in the wee hours on Black Friday? Feeling like you should be doing something else? EBSCOhost mobile app can ease some of that guilt.
Visiting Associate Professor of Politics, Melinda Plastas, has written an extremely well-received book, “A Band of Noble Women: Racial Politics in the Women’s Peace Movement”, covering key players in the movement after WWI.
Attendees of the inauguration of Clayton Spencer were treated to the premier of “The House Was Quiet and the World Was Calm,” by Alice Swanson Esty Professor of Music, William Matthews. While this setting of Wallace Stevens’ poem was for a full orchestra and chorus, Matthews’ most recent recording, “A Book of Hours,” garners large rewards from small ensembles.
After a fruitful research session in the library, you’ve collected a trove of journal articles stored on a public computer. The library is about to close and the files will be gone when you come back tomorrow. What do you do?