Monthly Archives: May 2008

Hawk update: What’s for dinner? REAL FOOD!

The Maag chicks are growing quickly on a diet of mice, snakes, lump by ear, and in this case, it appears to be a small bird. Note that the feathers are coming in and the great height that the nest … Continue reading

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Construction in Maag

The entire lower level of Maag Library is now closed to library patrons due to construction to provide space for The Writing Center, The Reading and Study Skills Center and, The English Language Institute. Construction will be completed in August. … Continue reading

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YSU Archives starts Historical Videos of the Month

These videos are a selection made available throughout the Internet. We plan to showcase different videos ranging in topics from local to international history and current events. Click and enjoy! How long does alcohol stay in your system?

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Baby Hawk Update : Three’s Company?

The Hawk babies have arrived! In the third consecutive year of the return of the red- shouldered hawks, Maag Library has been blessed with three chicks. Readily visible from the windows on the sixth floor, the new kids in town … Continue reading

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Kirwan and the "Jewish Question"

One of the many highlights of working with primary source material is the gratification of discovering new material that sheds light on events that seem to have reached their finality. Just when we think there is nothing left to discover, … Continue reading

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Turning Points in YSU History

Recently, our very own Brian Brennan gave two presentations. The first was on the major turning points in YSU History. The second concerned the history of U.S. Presidents as medical patients. In the future we will have an audio file … Continue reading

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Library Hours for Break Week

Library hours for break week (Monday, May 12th thru Friday, May 16th) are from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. The Library will be closed Saturday, May 17th and Sunday, May 18th. Enjoy your time off! Read a good book! Cyst … Continue reading

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Primary Resources and Holocaust Studies Guides

What is a Primary Resource? Where can I find them? Where can I find primary resources on the survivors of the Holocaust? These are some of the questions that you can find answered in two new additions to the Maag … Continue reading

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Everything Old is New Again!

During the next few months, the Microforms Center on the third level of Maag Library is undergoing some renovation. Patrons will still have access to the collection, including the digital microform reader. Use this machine to save a copy of … Continue reading

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Grove Music Online is getting a facelift

The online version of the New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians is getting a fairly significant facelift over the next few weeks. Not only will this redesign change the look of this venerable resource, there will also be lots … Continue reading

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