Posted by: haggertylibrary | September 14, 2017

National Hispanic Heritage Month

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This celebration, running September 15 – October 15, honors the histories, cultures and contributions of Americans whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America.

Find the official site (which explains why the “month” starts midway through), plus a variety of library resources and Websites in our Hispanic Heritage Month Guide!

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Posted by: haggertylibrary | September 14, 2017

Library Study Spaces

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As your studying grows busier, please note the variety of Haggerty Library study areas. If you need or want to talk, choose from study rooms, the Learning Commons, or the library café space. If you need or want quiet, head up to the 2nd floor.

Learn more about all our study spaces right here. And to reserve study rooms (highly recommended as the semester moves along), please head to Spacefinder. Please see library staff with any questions!

Posted by: haggertylibrary | September 1, 2017

His Name is Alexander Hamilton

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And there’s a million things in his papers at the Library of Congress. Okay, really only thousands, but 880 are now on display online!

See his letters, thoughts, ideas, and penmanship!

Very cool collection put together by very cool librarians!

Posted by: haggertylibrary | August 28, 2017

Welcome back!

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Welcome/back from Haggerty Library! We hope you had a nice summer. Library staff are always ready to help with your assignments, papers, and projects.

In your library you can, among other things:

  • Check out books, DVDs, laptops, and iPads
  • Use a Study Room
  • Print in color
  • Create your own group study spaces
  • Study on the quiet floor (the 2nd floor)

What’s new:

  • Campus printing changes! You can (and must) now release print jobs from any printer.
    • Swipe your Mount Mary ID or log in!
    • Scanning and copying are a breeze!
    • See IT’s My Mount Mary page for more
  • Kanopy streaming video and Mental Measurements Yearbook, new in Databases A-Z (which is also new)
  • New home page! Our chat/IM service has moved to the new Ask a Librarian page.
  • New books, e-books, and movies arrived over the summer! Check out those and more in Library News

Off-campus library users, please peruse the TOPCAT login steps for access. Have a great semester!

Posted by: haggertylibrary | May 12, 2017

Congratulations!

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Congratulations to all Mount Mary graduates! Have a great summer, and good luck with whatever’s next!

And for those coming back in fall, watch for plenty of new movies and books coming your way! And an *easy* new printing system!

Love,

Your library

p.s. this blog retires during the summer. Be back in August!

Posted by: haggertylibrary | May 9, 2017

Your Mom Wants to Hear From You

Yes, next Sunday is Mother’s Day and since you’re busy with Finals Week, Haggerty Library wanted to send along some inspiration, and to help celebrate the day. Now you can at least send a lovely poem!

The Academy of American Poets produced this Mother’s Day list, with poems and essays about moms. Enjoy!

Posted by: haggertylibrary | May 2, 2017

Haiku Contest Winners!

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Congratulations to our 2017 Haiku Contest winners! Read the winning entries below. And you can read last year’s winners here. A huge thank you to all who submitted, and we’ll see you next National Poetry Month!

 

1st place: Bartholomew Williams

Stargazing Reflections

Stargazing, I sense

the enduring universe

and my mortal self

 

2nd place: Julia Wachuta

Lady of the Earth

I’ll always remember your

daffodils, well spent

*Dedicated to my Grandma. You are missed.

 

3rd place: Emily Guirlinger

The end of the year,

the words every student dreads:

it’s cumulative.

Posted by: haggertylibrary | April 26, 2017

Wear Jeans With a Purpose

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Today is Denim Day at MMU and across campuses (and plenty of other places) and across the globe. It is in its 18th year, and is, sadly, still necessary.

From the official Denim Day site, find the day’s origins here.

The Twitter hashtag is here.

And Milwaukee activity is here.

Stand up to sexual violence on this Denim Day and every day!

Posted by: haggertylibrary | April 19, 2017

National Library Week

Also…last week was National Library Week! We kind of forgot about that. Silly us.

So, we humbly present Book Riot’s list of 10 Books for Library Lovers.

And plug once again our Haiku Contest, running through the end of April.

Posted by: haggertylibrary | April 19, 2017

Listen Up!

We get asked about audio books from time to time at Haggerty Library. We don’t purchase them, but they can be requested in our WorldCat Discovery.

In addition to 11 free audio book sites, we also wanted to re-highlight our “small smattering of podcasts” in Haggerty Help Guides. Mostly related to MMU majors, but plenty of fun ones!

Happy listening!

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