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Join the discussion! Come to the Multicultural Book Club Meetings @ The Claire T. Carney Library – Monday afternoons in March!

If you like books or just want to read more, we invite you to join us every Monday afternoon in March at 3:00 in Room 314 of the  Claire T. Carney Library. We are in the process of creating a … Continue reading

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Claire T. Carney Library: Delayed Opening and Early Closing Today – Sunday, Feb. 15, 2015

Due to weather conditions resulting from Snow Storm Neptune the Claire T. Carney Library will have a delayed opening and an early closure. The library hours today are: 1:00 pm until 5:30 pm.

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Claire T. Carney Library Associates Ninth Annual Authors’ Brunch and Fundraiser – Sunday, March 29th 2015 – UMassD Woodland Commons

What: Claire T. Carney Library Associates Ninth Annual Authors’ Brunch and Fundraiser Where: Woodland Commons,  University of Massachusetts Dartmouth When: 12 Noon, Sunday, March 29th, 2015 Cost: $35.00 ~ Students with school ID may attend the lecture only, free of … Continue reading

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WEATHER ALERT: UMass Dartmouth Campus closed Monday, February 2…..Ring Road parking ban in effect

UMass Dartmouth will be closed on Monday, February 2 due to a winter storm. CLASSES All classes, except online courses, at all sites are canceled on Monday, February 2. PARKING A Ring Road parking ban is in effect until further … Continue reading

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UMass Dartmouth: Weather Alert – Campus closed Monday 4 p.m. through Wednesday, 5 p.m. Ring Road parking ban.

Due to the forecast of an historic winter storm, UMass Dartmouth will be closed Monday, January 26, at 4 p.m. and will re-open Wednesday, January 28, at 5 p.m. All classes, except online course, are cancelled during the closure. A … Continue reading

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Welcome back! We hope you had a great break. Stop by the Carney Library, we’ve got few things for you to check out (and to remind you of!)

Welcome back for the spring semester! We hope you had a great break. So now that you’re back we thought we’d remind you about a few things. The library is back to regular hours starting on Monday, but if you’re unsure … Continue reading

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LibGuides Have Been Updated – All Is Well :-) – Friday, Jan. 23rd

Update News: LibGuides were successfully updated today. Enjoy the new system! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ We are transitioning our library guides to a new system version! This update and transition will begin on Friday morning, January 23rd. During the day on Friday, the … Continue reading

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Dystopian Fiction Book Club – February meetings at the Claire T. Carney Library

During the first week of February, the Dystopian Fiction Book Club will explore Margaret Atwood’s disturbing novel, The Handmaid’s Tale. We’re meeting twice to accommodate as many interested readers as possible. All are welcome at one or both of our … Continue reading

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Dystopian Fiction Book Club – Spring Semester Update – Claire T. Carney Library

Dystopian Fiction Book Club – Spring Semester Update The Dystopian Fiction Book Club met in December for two illuminating discussions of Ray Bradbury’s classic novel, Fahrenheit 451. This spring, we’ll be reading: The Handmaid’s Tale, by Margaret Atwood (February meetings) … Continue reading

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Wishing You A Restful & Safe Winter Break: Happy Holidays From the Claire T. Carney Library!

Wishing You A Restful & Safe Winter Break. Happy Holidays! From the Claire T. Carney Library

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