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Graduating Student Employee Profile: Emily Eng

Meet Emily Eng:  Student Employee, Binghamton University Libraries;  Graduating Binghamton Student (Double Majoring in History and Philosophy, Politics, and Law and Minoring in Business Management, School of Management Adjunct); President of the Binghamton Crew and former Political Intern in the … Continue reading

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Librarian Anne Larrivee: Focus of this week’s “Beyond The Classroom” video series

Whether working in the Peace Corps. . . or working in the library at Binghamton . . .       Anne Larrivee loves to help people. Hear about this Librarian’s passion in this week’s Beyond the Classroom:  http://bit.ly/btcbing

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Congratulations 2015 Graduates!

                From all of us in the Libraries:     It has been an honor and a pleasure to have supported you in your educational goals throughout these important years in your lives.    Wishing you … Continue reading

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Graduating Student Employee Profile: Corey Futterman

Corey Futterman Gets Graphic Many have recommended “dressing for the job you aspire to have” as one road to success.  And although no stranger to strategic dressing, Corey Futterman takes this to the next level by not only dressing the … Continue reading

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Hit PAWS: Relax with Therapy Dogs

Students, take a few minutes  for yourselves to De-Stress in the Libraries with the always-popular visiting Therapy Dogs!  Appearances include: UNIVERSITY DOWNTOWN CENTER (Lobby) Friday, May 8th from 4-5:30PM BARTLE LIBRARY (Vending Machine Area) & SCIENCE LIBRARY (Lobby) Tuesday, May … Continue reading

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What’s YOUR Story?

“Words are our most inexhaustible source of magic.” ~J. K. Rowlings    In celebration of National Tell a Story Day, the Libraries hosted a reading event this morning for campus preschoolers.  Five lively, librarian-selected children’s books were shared through readings and … Continue reading

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April 22nd is Earth Day: Spend some time in the Libraries!

It is our collective and individual responsibility to protect and nurture the global family, to support its weaker members and to preserve and tend to the environment in which we all live.”    ~ Dalai Lama    Whether you browse in person or browse online,  … Continue reading

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“Abruzzo” Donation Complements Libraries’ Italian Collection

Professor of French and Comparative Literature Sandro Sticcca  has continued a custom of many decades through his recent donation of two books to the Libraries’ Special Collections. “Gabriele D’Annunzio,” a richly illustrated book highlighting places in the Abruzzo region of … Continue reading

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It’s Library Assistants’ Day!

Today, the Libraries pays tribute to each valued member its support staff in honor of Library Assistants’ Day! Visit the Libraries’ Facebook  page and add your own positive service experiences, thoughts and wishes as we celebrate our library assistants and all they do … Continue reading

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Civil War talk to be held in Special Collections

On Wednesday April 15, 12-1 p.m., Diane Miller Sommerville, Associate Professor of History and Yvonne Deligato, University Archivist will be giving a presentation as part of the Special Collections Occasional Lecture Series.  The talk is titled “Civil War Experience and … Continue reading

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