Yearly Archives: 2013

December New Books On Display!

Check out the books newest books including these great titles: The World Until Yesterday – Jared Diamond Homo Mysterious – David Barash To Save Everything Click Here – Evgeny Morozov Browse all new our titles online or in person today and find something to read over the holiday break!

Tent City at Champlain College

If you’re in the library, check out the display of books set up in conjunction with the Center for Service and Civic Engagement’s annual Tent City event, November 15-19, which takes place during the National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.   Events taking place:   Friday – Justin Verette from the Howard Center will speak […]

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6th Annual Library Chili Cookoff!

The days are getting shorter, the leaves are in need of raking, and there’s a distinct chill in the air which can only mean one thing: time for CHILI! On Thursday, Nov. 7th from 3-4 pm the library is happy to present the 6th Annual Library Chili Cookoff! Come eat FREE chili and vote for your favorite!

Happy Halloween

                                          Halloween Display and Trick or Treating!  What a great time of year! The leaves are changing , the temperature is getting cooler, and it is time to carve some pumpkins for Halloween. In preparation for Halloween, we have gathered some real gems from our collection about ghosts, witches, magic, black cats, and all […]

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What is Open Access?

“Digital technologies have created more than one kind of revolution. Let’s call this one the access revolution.” – Peter Suber* Our celebration rolls on. But, in case you were wondering, we’re not celebrating alone! Open Access Week is an international event that for six years running has been promoting and advocating for Open Access in […]

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October New Books!

Our new books for October are on display at the Champlain Library! There are titles on topics from business and neuroscience to poetry and race including these titles: The idea factory : Bell Labs and the great age of American innovation / Jon Gertner “Multiplication is for white people” : raising expectations for other people’s children […]

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