A new W&M blog series. In this post, Carolyn Wilson chronicles what it's like to work in the time of Corona.
In this post, the Swem Circulation Department chronicles what it was like to work in that in-between time.
A new W&M blog series. In this post, Candice Benjes-Small chronicles what it's like to work in the time of Corona.
Preston Neukirch '18 writes about his experience curating two exhibits showcasing selections of Black literary work.
In October, I attended a week-long conference in Temecula, California called the Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums, and came back to William & Mary feeling empowered.
National surveys indicate that students are now spending about $1200 each year if they purchase all of the textbooks required for their classes. The increase in textbook prices has far outpaced the increase in inflation, nearly doubling from 1998-2008 alone, and going up over 1,000% since 1977.
On February 28, 2019, the University of California System announced the end of its relationship with publishing giant Elsevier, when a deal between the two could not be met despite months of negotiation.
On a whiteboard in the lobby we asked, "Which book best captures your identity or culture?" Students gave us over 50 fantastic responses that highlighted the wonderful diversity in our community!
With February officially behind us, we say good-bye to that infamous holiday of love--Valentine’s Day. This year the Libraries celebrated Valentine’s Day with an event universally known (among libraries anyway) as Blind Date with a Book.
The catalog update launched just over a month ago, and we would like to share some new updates and information on feedback you have sent us.