Magill will close at the end of the Fall 2017 semester and reopen as the Lutnick Library when the construction is completed.
With Magill Library closed for renovations, we have opened new spaces across campus to continue offering our services and materials. Check out the Library Places page for updates.
Although Magill is now closed for renovations, books are still requestable via the Catalog and can be picked up at the Science Library.
On Oct. 10, Magill Library hosted the opening reception and curator talk for Where is the Penn Treaty Elm?, an exhibit that examines the historical background and veracity of a romanticized notion from Pennsylvania’s history.
Scholar and collector William Zachs leads “’Yours Truly’: The History and Art of Letter-Writing Before, During, and After the Digital Age,” the first in this year’s Texts and Technology Lecture Series.
New exhibit curated by Madison Arnold-Scerbo ’18 and James Truitt ’17.
Magill Library will close at the end of the fall 2017 semester and will reopen as Lutnick Library when construction is complete.
The librarian of the College recommends five relatively recent titles from across different genres—historical fiction, science, mystery, literary fiction—that will help keep any vacation interesting.
The college archivist and records manager recommends three titles that grapple with what America has become—politically, racially, even sartorially—and how it got that way.
Our collection management and metadata services assistant makes five suggestions, including two titles for young readers, that involve unexpected connections and new worlds of possibility.
Our lead research and instruction librarian suggests three books that feature individuals taking action in difficult times.
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