An updated list of recent library acquisitions has been posted, including both book and film acquisitions, viewable by subject, department, or call number. You can subscribe to RSS feeds for recent acquisitions in your subject of interest. A small sampling of titles: All fishermen are liars / John Gierach Alcohol in Latin America : a […]
New strength-training equipment will be installed at the fitness center in Kirby Sports Center during the week of June 23. The strength area might not be available at times during the transition and workouts may be disrupted.
The following job openings are posted on the Human Resources website: vice president for development and college relations assistant rowing coach director of the Academic Tutoring and Training Information Center assistant/associate dean of advising and co-curricular programs assistant sports information director police officer scholarly services librarian secretary head fencing coach assistant field hockey coach admissions counselor/assistant director […]
Several significant improvements to the dining program will be in effect this fall, including expanded breakfast and continuous service at Marquis Hall, a fourth late-night meal period, additional meal exchange options, increased seating capacity, an initial allocation of Pard dollars with most meal plans, and a set of guest passes to buy meals for visitors. […]
Madeline Gambino ’14 (history and religious studies), Sarah Hardy ’14 (civil & environmental engineering), and Joshua Hitchings ’14 (biology) answered questions such as “How did you start tackling your thesis project?” “What advice would you offer other honors thesis students?” and “What did you find most rewarding about your thesis project?” Visit the library’s honors thesis […]
A live webcam is showing the construction of the Oechsle Center for Global Education. View the construction
The library has unveiled a website for digital collections that provides significant improvements in usability and better tools for long-term management and preservation. The site replaces multiple systems by offering integrated access to all digital collections, including the East Asia Image Collection, the Marquis de Lafayette Prints Collection, and the complete 144-year run of The Lafayette, along with […]
The three most accessed faculty articles in 2013—one by Lyle Hoffman and two by Chris Ruebeck—in the Lafayette Digital Repository were viewed over 1,000 times each. See the top five articles in divisional categories Submit an article to the repository
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