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Climate Change: Challenge and Solutions

March 22nd, 2012 · Comments Off on Climate Change: Challenge and Solutions · General Posts

St. Patrick’s Day is long gone and so is our Irish display. Our new display is focused on climate change. It seems fitting in light of the unseasonably warm weather we’ve been experiencing this week. Coincidentally the focus fits quite well with Melissa Luk’s current display on Food and Agriculture for the OCADU Reading Club. Agriculture is […]

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OCADU Reading Club Display: Food and Agriculture

March 19th, 2012 · Comments Off on OCADU Reading Club Display: Food and Agriculture · General Posts

The current theme is Food and Agriculture.  Check out the newest Reading Club display in the Dorothy H. Hoover Library. This display was created by student, Melissa Luk. Come to the library to pick up a copy of the Suggested Reading List: a list of potential books, graphic novels, websites, articles and zines to read on the […]

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There’s more to Irish culture than Guinness and potatoes – March display at the Library

March 3rd, 2012 · Comments Off on There’s more to Irish culture than Guinness and potatoes – March display at the Library · General Posts

A new month means a new display! In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, we decided to go with an Irish theme. Entitled “There’s more to Irish culture than Guinness and potatoes”, the display highlights books in our collection that focus on different aspects of Irish culture: history, art and architecture, poetry, and myths and legends. Don’t forget […]

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Black History Month at the Library

February 22nd, 2012 · Comments Off on Black History Month at the Library · General Posts

There is a new display up for Black History Month. Entitled “Blacks in Western art and popular culture: past and present”, the books on display look at the changing image of the black person in Western art and popular culture; how the perceptions of the observer (artist) affects the portrayal of the image, and how […]

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Black History Month at the Library

February 5th, 2012 · Comments Off on Black History Month at the Library · General Posts

The Library will be exhibiting a series of themed displays in celebration of Black History Month. The first theme is entitled “The Black Canadian Perspective” and features works by Black Canadians focused on history, identity, art and artists. This display is located near the photocopiers. A list of books on display can be found here: […]

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