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Ritter Library News
MLK | Peace in a Time of War, January, 12th – February 16thMonday, January 12, 2015
In 2015, Ritter Library will have a series of displays that show the US involvement in conflict from a variety of angles. In January, Ritter Library will celebrate MLK and his contributions to peace at a time of extraordinary conflict in America and on foreign shores. Books on display represent the two sides of the Vietnam War, for and against. Works from the Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist Edward Kuekes are also be on display. Please visit the display, located in the main reference floor display case, outside of the double-doors. The display is accessible via stairs or elevator.
OPENING RECEPTION and Exhibit - France Besieged During World War I and the American Women Volunteers Who Came to Its AidSunday, January 11, 2015
AMERICAN WOMEN REBUILDING FRANCE, 1917-1924, March 1-April 15.
Monday, March 2, OPENING RECEPTION, 6:0O PM, REMARKS 6:3O PM, Light appetizers, Free.
The exhibition from the Anne Morgan Archives of the Franco-American Museum, Château de Blérancourt, France is currently touring the U.S. with the support of American Friends of Blérancourt and the Florence Gould Foundation. It consists of reproductions of WWI-era photographs and rare silent film footage that bring to life the extraordinary work undertaken between 1917 and 1924 by 350 American women—all volunteers—who left comfortable lives in the United States to help the war-ravaged civilian population in Picardy, in northeastern France.
Welcome Back!Monday, January 05, 2015
Welcome Back! We're thrilled that students are back on campus! Please check out these great links for information about the library!
Reserve a Study Room
Schedule a Research Appointment
Please visit our New Arrivals shelf on the main reference floor to see our new books and resources. Don't forget we are open until midnight Sunday - Thursday and will soon start 24/5 hours (open 24 hours a day for five days a week)!
Reserve a Study Room, Reference Appointments, Borrow a Popular Book, and Read a Magazine!Monday, December 01, 2014
Just a reminder that Ritter Library has study rooms that can be reserved for students and small groups. Signs are posted on the reserved rooms in the early morning and your spot is secured.
Go to: http://bw.libcal.com/booking/studyrooms
You can also schedule one-on-one assistance with a research librarian. The assistance can be invaluable for the next essay, research project, or paper. It's easy and free!
Go to: http://bw.libcal.com/booking/research
Remember, popular books and magazines are available in the lobby of Ritter Library as a cooperative agreement between Baldwin Wallace University and the Cuyahoga County Public Library Berea Branch.