Join us for a study break in the Learning Commons lobby Thursday May 4th, or just stop in to learn about Langsdale’s game collection on your way to Final Finish. Mario and his friends will be there from 6-10!
Shortly after the founding of the school in 1925, athletic sports were established. Tennis and Fencing were two sports were among the first to be represented by athletic teams on campus. Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, Lacrosse, Wrestling, Baseball, Golf were among Continue reading UB Athletic History
Exhausted: A research story through Langsdale’s resources*(*all links in this story take you to our various databases, which require a UB login) We’re nearing the end of the semester — prime time for fatigue to kick in. The Oxford English Continue reading Exhausted: A Research Story
Did you know that National Poetry Month is the largest literary celebration in the world? Or that the Academy of American Poets was inspired by the successful celebrations of Black History Month (February) and Women’s History Month (March), and the Continue reading It’s National Poetry Month – Are You Celebrating?
When you hear the word “bookmobile,” you probably wouldn’t think of this: The Mongolian Children’s Mobile Library carried by camel to nomadic herding communities and remote parts of the Gobi desert. (photo by Jambyn Dashdondog/Mongolian Children’s Culture Foundation/Go Help, all Continue reading Happy National Bookmobile Day!
Did you know that Langsdale Library offers a list of all of our newest materials? We do! Each month we’ll post an update letting you know about a few select titles, but there are far too many to mention here Continue reading New Materials at Langsdale!
If you need a break from finishing your projects upstairs during Final Finish, come down to the Learning Commons Lobby for our Spring Game Night featuring games in support of the Simulation and Digital Entertainment program. First up in our spotlight Continue reading Spring Game Night: Coming Attractions!
Back in 1986, a librarian named Constance Mellon identified a problem she labeled as “Library Anxiety”. She noted that college students in particular were prone to being ashamed of their research skills to the point where they didn’t want to Continue reading Check out a librarian!