Just recently, Philly.com released a story about how the Mighty Writers’ El Futuro location has begun to send books to an immigrant detention center in Berks County, specifically Spanish books for the children of the families being detained there. Last year, we donated most of our Spanish language children’s books from the Curriculum Lab (third […]

Today is both a day of happiness and sadness, for today, we celebrate the accomplishments of Marvin Smith, our Theological and General Services Librarian, who is about to retire. The happy part of the day comes when we take him out to lunch (shh, don’t tell him, it’s a surprise!). Below is some words of […]

It might not be June yet, but it is definitely summer time here at Warner Library – and with summer comes vacation. But what will you do while lounging on the beach or relaxing in air conditioning (or stuck indoors with rainy weather, as seems to be the case lately)? Why, read a book, of […]

April 23 is both the birthday and death day of William Shakespeare who is known as the greatest playwright in the world. Whether the man from Stratford-upon-Avon was truly Shakespeare is not the point of today’s celebration: in the end, it shouldn’t matter who wrote his works, only that they are full of human experiences […]

This is our sixth year hosting therapy dogs in the library on Eastern’s Study day. We hope you’ll come and take advantage of the stress-relief these furry friends provide. They will be here on the library’s Main Level, and if weather permits, outside of the library, from 10am to 3pm.

Curious about what went on behind the scenes of the March Madness Bracket Contest? Want to know how many votes did so-and-so win by? Well, here’s the rundown on the statistical data of the March Madness Bracket Contest! THE SET-UP We wish we could take credit for being the first library to host a superhero-themed […]

From April 8-14, we at Warner Library will be celebrating National Library Week! This year marks the 60th anniversary of the American Library Association holiday; you can read the State of America’s Libraries 2018 report, including a list of the Top 10 Banned Books of 2018 here. The topic this year is “Libraries Lead,” and […]

By Chelsea Post, Systems Librarian The superhero-themed bracket contest currently going on at Warner Library is in full swing (Round 2 began yesterday!), and as such, I’ve been thinking quite a bit about the hero genre and how quickly it has permeated Hollywood. Movies about heroes have been made since the 1940s, but only in […]

If you’ve stopped by the library recently, you’ll have noticed the latest contest taking place on the first floor – where Marvel and DC Comic superheroes duke it out to become the one, supreme hero. You are fully in control of the bracket; who you vote for will rise to the top, and you can […]

Paging all students: before the semester ends, be sure to check out Nexis Uni—an exciting new research solution designed with and for digital natives like you! Nexis Uni features more than 15,000 news, business and legal sources from LexisNexis—including U.S. Supreme Court decisions dating back to 1790—with an intuitive interface that offers quick discovery across […]