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    Don’t be shocked!  We have remodeled our website.  We hope the site will improve access to the materials you need.  Please be patient as we find and repair any little errors that might still be hiding.
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    Watzek Library will close Wednesday, November 23, at 5 p.m. and will reopen Saturday, November 26, at 11 a.m. Gobble Gobble and best wishes for the holiday!

    For the latest on Watzek building hours, check out Library hours.
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    Watzek Library has several exhibits exploring the idea of “Home: Race, Place, and Belonging”
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    Art227: Useful Art is pleased to present various works that are in circulation from now until Wednesday, November 23rd.  Check out the art in Watzek Library.  Literally.
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    This HeinOnline collection brings together, for the first time, all known legal materials on slavery in the United States and the English-speaking world.
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    History Professor Susan Glosser and students research, write and curate exhibit on display in Watzek Library.
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    History major, Sam Bussan ’18 recently discovered a rare 1599 English Bible in the basement of Watzek. This Oregonian story includes some great pictures and briefly interviews him and our new Head of Special Collections, Hannah Crummé. 
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    Watzek Library would like to thank research assistants Lauren Krumholz and Nick Hensel for helping us staff the reference desk on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7pm-9pm this semester.  Thanks for helping us extend our hours!
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    You can now reserve a study room using our new online study room reservation system!  Click below to learn more about it or use the link on our homepage to reserve one now.
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    Visionaire is one of Watzek’s more unique and lesser-known periodicals.  Click below to find out more…
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    We apologize for the mess and noise, but exciting changes are happening to Watzek!  Stay tuned!
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    Watzek Library is excited to announce that our DVDs and VHS tapes are now available for browsing.  You can stroll through the stacks in the A-D9999 section and look for video treasures to check out and take home.  Don’t have a VHS player?  No problem, we have one at our Audio Visual Stations in the back of that section.
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    The latest piece added to the Watzek Student Art Collection is by Lawrence Kirk CAS ’16, from his series entitled Central Control.
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    Watzek hours will change as we move into summer.  Click on the hours in the bottom-left of our home page to see all the details.
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    The Beetles of Lewis & Clark, an exhibit in the Watzek Library atrium curated by Chaya Arabia ’15.  
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    Looking for video content on your research topics? Try out Watzek’s new streaming service via Kanopy, which offers documentaries across many subject areas and select international films. Try it.
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    Watzek Library is now a subscribing member of the Roper iPOLL database, a unique, rich data source for US public opinion and policy topics.
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    Try out Watzek’s 45 soul mixtape for finals! Curated in-house and guaranteed to improve your retention.  Play.
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    Watzek Library would like to thank research assistants Cade Brewster, Sarah Mills, Melissa Dean-Treseler, and Lindsay Mulcahy for helping us staff the reference desk Monday through Thursday evenings from 7pm-9pm this semester.  
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    Oxford calls these “hybrids of annotated bibliographies and high-level encyclopedias.” We agree. Watzek has them for Buddhism, Classics, International Relations, Medieval Studies, Renaissance, Philosophy and Victorian Literature. Vetted by scholars. A solid starting point for digging deeper into these topics. Try it.

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