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All are welcome in the Libraries as Special Collections hosts an opening event in celebration of this unique and delightfully diminutive exhibit. The miniature book collection consists of 116 books that spans four centuries from 1605 to 1991. Books on ...

  The Glenn G. Bartle Library celebrates International Women’s Day with “Make it Happen,” an exhibit featuring books, posters and Binghamton University campus activities that promote women’s equality. International Women’s Day activities of the Binghamton University Globalistas are highlighted, along ...

The Science Library is now featuring “Scientists throughout History,” a collection of biographies and autobiographies that span both time and scientific disciplines. From the early alchemists such as Anna Maria Ziegerlin, to doctors of the 20th century such as Dr. ...

   1.     LIBRARY SERVICES: SUPPORTING LEARNING AND TEACHING As the center of our University’s intellectual community, the Libraries offers a welcoming environment along with our commitment to simple, efficient access to research information in support of learning, teaching, and research ...

Season 5 of Downton Abbey premiered Sunday, January 4th – a welcome return for the many devotees of this elegant historical PBS drama series.  Join Binghamton University Libraries’ Special Collections in a delightfully unexpected glimpse into the past, and future, ...

How do roller coasters make loops and corkscrews? How does the chain work on a roller coaster?  The following article appeared in the December 28, 2014 edition of the Binghamton Press & Sun Bulletin:  http://www.pressconnects.com/story/news/local/2014/12/26/gravity-roller-coasters-send-soaring/20915017/ Asked by:  Nicholas Catarella School: Glenwood Elementary ...

In support of De-Stress December, the Libraries offer hardworking students some well-deserved respite from, ironically…books!  Stop by and reenergize. Monday, December 15th   Chair Massages (3-4pm), Bartle Library, 2nd Floor Mezzanine Snacks & Coffee (8-10pm), Tombs Area outside of Bartle Library ...