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Event details for the April 2017 DNA program

Join Us On April 25th for National DNA Day

What can DNA testing tell you about your ethnic origins? How can it be used to piece together your family history? Are those TV commercials all hype? How have anthropologists and historians used this type of DNA testing to solve historical mysteries? Can these tests reveal anything about your health?

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You Can Now Book a Study Room at the Pollak Library!

Finals are approaching and study areas are getting harder to find, almost like finding parking on campus. Study rooms in the Pollak Library are now available to reserve online. Library student assistant Kamille Torres has the scoop on what students absolutely need to know about booking a study room.

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The 2017 Literary Peeps Diorama Contest Winners

To celebrate National Library Week, April 9-15, 2017, Pollak Library hosted a Literary Peeps Diorama contest, displaying the entries in the library for voting. 790 ballots were counted!. Thank you to all of the participants for sharing your wonderful dioramas. We look forward to seeing what you come up with next year!

Featured database promo for the Oxford Environmental Science database

Studying Environmental Science?

Developed cooperatively with scholars and librarians worldwide, Oxford Bibliographies in Environmental Science combines the best features of an annotated bibliography and a high-level encyclopedia. This resource guides students and researchers to the best available scholarship across the field.

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Explore the World of Poetry

The Columbia Granger’s World of Poetry contains 250,000 poems in full text, 450,000 citations, biographical information on the poets, and search tools such as first and last line indexes. The poems in full text are the most widely-read in the English language, as well as in Spanish, French, German, and Italian.