Nelson Mandela passed away Dec. 5th 2013 at the age of 95. One of the world’s most influential civil rights leaders, his work at ending apartheid in South Africa was an inspiration to many. Read a longer biography from Biography.com. Here are some of the books on Mandela available in Rentschler Library
Mandela: the Authorized Biography, by Anthony Sampson
Call Number: DT1974 .S26 1999
Long Walk to Freedom: the autobiography of Nelson Mandela
Call number: DT1949.M35 A3 1995
The library will be closing at 5:00pm today (Wednesday), and will be closed Thursday, Friday, and Saturday for the holiday weekend. We will resume normal hours on Sunday, Dec. 1st.
Interested working in the library? We are accepting applications for student assistants. For more details and to apply, visit Miami’s Student Jobs page. Note: you must be a registered student to apply.
321 is the Regional Campuses’ new literary magazine. Please send Word compatible or JPEG files to email@example.com by Nov. 15. They will consider fiction and creative nonfiction of less than 5,000 words, poetry of less than five pages, and photography/comics reproducible in black and white. Multiple submissions are welcome. Please direct questions and submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The library has 20 new laptops that are available for checkout!! They can be checked out for 24 hours. Just come into the library with your Miami ID and state-issued ID and fill out a form.
This is National Suicide Prevention Week. Visit the display in the library for information about suicide prevention and campus resources available to MUH students, faculty, and staff.
Stop by the library next week to check out our resources and services, or just to get your sugar fix. It’s our way of introducing ourselves to you and letting you know that we’re here for you.
Tuesday, Sept. 3, 1:00pm-until cookies are gone
Wednesday, Sept. 4, 9:00am-until doughnuts are gone