Monthly Archives: October 2011

Miller Library’s 30th Birthday!

Join the celebration: When: Thursday, November 3, 2:00 p.m. What: Birthday cake Where: Library lobby Advertisements

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Where’s Wilson? and Who’s on First?

Are you wondering what happened to our Wilson Full-text databases and First Search? Find the answer along with others at the new FAQs tab on our website. You’ll find dozens of Q’s and A’s using this handy search “Lib-Answers” tool: … Continue reading

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New Books on Global Hunger and Food Issues

The following titles are newly added to the collection and will be useful for research and discussion of the question, “How do we feed ourselves and our neighbor in ways that honor God and advance the Kingdom?”. Titles are on … Continue reading

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New Book Titles for the Week of October 10

The Forum and the Tower: How Scholars and Politicians have Imagined the World, from Plato to Eleanor Roosevelt by Mary Ann Glendon (Oxford University Press, 2011). In The Forum and the Tower, Glendon examines thinkers who have collaborated with leaders, … Continue reading

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New Artwork at Miller Library

Miller Library recently received a new piece of artwork by artist Paolo Boni.  You can see it at hanging behind the research assistance desk as we prepare for LibraryPrize this coming month.  Here is a description of the artist and work. Graphisculpture … Continue reading

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LibraryPrize 2011 is coming, here are the details…

LibraryPrize 2011 is coming, here are the details… At LibraryPrize, any Cornerstone University artist—from freshman to seminarian—has the chance to show work. Any CU student, staff, or faculty member can vote. The vote will determine who wins the largest library … Continue reading

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