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Course Reserves is now accepting requests for the Fall 2021 semester — submit your requests through our intuitive Course Reserves tool. The deadline to guarantee your items will be available by the start of classes is August 10, 2021. We ...

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Graduates, are you interested in archiving and sharing the hard work that went into your thesis or dissertation? The libraries offer the Open Repository @ Binghamton (ORB) as a place to share your work. Learn more at http://bit.ly/BingETDs ...

Thanks to a grant from the American Library Association’s Resilient Communities: Libraries Respond to Climate Change, the Science Library is now home to a seed library! Seed libraries are places where individuals can “borrow” seeds to grow. Those who are ...

April is a very busy month for monthly observances! It is: National Poetry Month, Arab American, Identity Month, Math Awareness Month, Financial Literacy Month, and Citizen Science Month. To celebrate them all, we have a longer reading list then usual. ...

The Libraries are very excited to announce the creation of a seed library! If you are unfamiliar with seed libraries, they are basically places where individuals can “borrow” seeds to grow with the intention of harvesting and returning seeds at ...

February is Black History Month and American Heart Month. Our subject librarians have highlighted books from our collection on these important topics. Black History Month Caste : The Origins of our Discontents, by Isabel Wilkerson The Underground Railroad: A Novel, ...

January has been celebrated as National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention month since 2011. By presidential decree, it will culminate with a National Freedom Day on February 1, 2021.  Human trafficking is considered a mondern version of slavery. It involves ...