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Library hours for spring and summer 2021
LTS NewsThe libraries will be open at the following times during final exams, May 10 - 18: Fairchild-Martindale Library: Monday-Friday, 7:45 a.m. - 2:00 a.m. Saturday-Sunday, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 a.m. Linderman Library: Monday-Thursday, 7:45 a.m. - 9:00 p.m....
Published a book? Tell the Libraries!
LTS NewsFaculty: have you written a new book? The Friends of the Lehigh University Libraries sponsor an annual celebration to honor faculty who have published a book in the previous academic year. Please share your publication information at go.lehigh.edu/...
Explore “What It Means to Be American” and Other Topics with Books by Arab American Authors
On the SubjectApril is National Arab American Heritage Month and the Lehigh Libraries are sharing in the celebration of Arab American heritages, histories, and cultures through the creation of a small collection of books and audiobooks on OverDrive. The...
Friends of the Lehigh Libraries event: Poets for Justice Poetry Slam, Apr. 17
LTS NewsJoin us for The Poets for Justice Poetry Slam, one of several events organized by the Lehigh Libraries in celebration of National Poetry Month. The Poets for Justice are a collective of local artists, including poets and singers, who are "dedicated...
Imaginary Places await in new Special Collections exhibit
LTS NewsDigital archivist Alex Japha had a prescient peek at the future when in 2019 he suggested the topic of imaginary places as an upcoming Special Collections exhibit. A year later, the world would face travel restrictions brought on by the COVID-19...
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