Yearly Archives: 2013

New Yorker cartoons now in ArtSTOR!

Fun news:  Our campus license to ARTSTOR now includes access to 2,000 New Yorker cartoons!   To get to ArtSTOR, use the library website at, and choose the “Article Databases” link at the middle of the screen, then choose Art & Design or look under “A” for ArtSTOR.  Enjoy!

Banned Books Read-Out!

BANNED BOOKS READ-OUT!Monday, Sept. 23 – Friday, Sept. 27 Join us at the Library for Banned Books Week as members of the Champlain community read out from their favorite banned books.  Readings will be going on periodically throughout each day from 10am-4pm.  We’ll be outside if it’s nice, inside the Tower Room (in the corner […]

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Banned Books Week! Monday, Sept. 23-Friday, Sept. 27

Greetings, provocateurs, creative minds, and proponents of free-speech — The Library is excited to announce an event in honor of Banned Books Week, running this year from Monday, Sept. 23 through Friday, Sept. 27.   What’s a Banned Book?  Banned books are those that have restricted access.  These books have been removed from libraries and […]

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Brown Bag #9

Wednesday, September 18th — Brown Bag Discussion #9 America At War: What Are The Rules? International Humanitarian Law (IHL) With Jeanne M. Lieberman, Esq. Adjunct Professor, Core division Where and when: Morgan Room, Aiken Hall, 12:30-2 p.m. About this discussion:  How do we define torture or regulate weapons? What is an “unlawful enemy combatant”? What […]

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Dinosaurs in the Library!

Do you love dinosaurs?? Stop by and view this fun collection of various non-avian dinosaur figures and memorabilia on loan from the Andy Burkhardt Permanent Collection in Burlington, Vermont.  There’s even a “dino night light” to brighten your day! And don’t miss the exhibit Bigger Than T-Rex now on display through September 2nd at the ECHO Lake Aquarium […]

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May New Books!

We’ve got a new display of brand new books that will start your summer off right. You can choose award-winning fiction like Louise Erdrich’s The Round House or Hilary Mantel’s Bring Up the Bodies. If you prefer biography, you can choose from Edythe Scott Bagley’s Desert Rose: The Life and Legacy of Coretta Scott King […]

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Faculty Publications and Artwork on Disply in Perry

The Faculty Professional Development Committee in collaboration with the Champlain Library have collected faculty publications as well as artwork from our talented faculty which is now on display on the second floor of Perry Hall. Feel free to check out paintings, scholarly articles, books and book chapters, poems, and illustrated children’s books. As part of […]

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April 18–Meaningful Books!

April 18th — The Meaningful Books of…Laurel Bongiorno When and where:  1-2:30 p.m., Vista Room, 3rd floor, Miller Information Commons Join us as we learn more about some of the books that have made a difference in the life of Professor Laurel Bongiorno—books that she refers to as her “favorite beach reads!”   Laurel is recipient […]

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