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Archive: August, 2016

Got Homework? Start Here!

Start your research off right by going to the library. As soon as you have an assignment follow the map pins to any help desk where friendly people are ready to help you learn more about your assigned topic. Science, Humanities, or other fields are no problem for our skilled librarians and highly trained staff. When you need …

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Comics & Mormons

Harold B. Lee Library’s newest exhibition, Comics & Mormons, documents how The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and its members have interacted with comic arts over the past 70 years. The library is displaying the most complete copy of Stories of the Book of Mormon, by Phil Dalby. Dalby started this work in …

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We’ve Got Your Number

The library recently added the Statista database to 0ur collections. Statista is one of the world’s largest statistics portals with access to relevant data from over 18,000 sources. You can find in on the New Electronic Resources page. This service can help you research and present information in new ways. We invite you to give in …

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100 Years of National Parks

Get close to the history of America’s National Parks by learning about the people who cared for them. The L. Tom Perry Special Collections has a exhibition featuring items from park rangers including photos, notebooks, letters, and scrapbooks. There is even a uniform complete with the quintessential Smokey Bear hat. Along with the materials from park …

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Coming Soon: Comics & Mormons

You might be surprised how many Mormons are involved in the world of comics. Later this summer the library will open a new exhibition featuring comics from the L. Tom Perry Special Collections. We will even provide a comfy reading couch and sample comics. Stop by level 1 of the library beginning Education Week.