Monthly Archives: July 2007

Ingmar Bergman, 1918-2007

It’s a sad day for film. Ingmar Bergman died today on the island of Faro , on the Baltic coast of Sweden. The New York Times has a beautiful tribute him in their online edition. Bergman’s first memories, the article … Continue reading

It Has Arrived …

It has arrived! Two copies of the new Harry Potter book are available in the McNaughton Collection of Popular Fiction and Nonfiction, shelved in the sitting area on M Level. If you haven’t pre-ordered your own copy, check one out … Continue reading

D Level Re-opened

The doors are open on D Level. Those novels, glossy art history texts, and french poetic treatises are waiting to be perused. Thanks for your patience!

D Level Closed Today

For all of you humanities folks out there: D Level of MSEL will be closed today for construction. The rest of the Library is open. We’re terribly sorry for the inconvenience. If you have questions about when D Level will … Continue reading

Heading to the Big Apple this summer?

There are several interesting exhibits in New York City this summer. Check them out, in between shopping and eating. Don’t be fooled by “library” in the names of the institutions! Both are about much more than books. At the fabulous, … Continue reading

“Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?”

This past spring Associate Dean Dorothy Sheppard announced, “In an effort to provide incoming freshmen with a shared experience, beginning this year, we are asking each incoming class to read the same book. This year’s freshman class will be reading … Continue reading

Film Friday

It’s past the 4th of July, yes. But from the news, it seems like we’ve begun to feel the heat of the 2008 election season. For those of you needing a dose of American political satire as you watch endless … Continue reading