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The 5th of November may not be a special date for most Americans, but in Great Britain this day is set aside to remember an attempt to blow up the Houses of Parliament. As described in the first paragraph from Holidays Symbols and Customs, This day commemorates the Gunpowder Plot of 1605, when a group […]

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You’ve asked for it! You’ve dreamed about it! You’ve waited for it! It’s here: The Clark College Libraries NEW Website! The new Clark Libraries Website, still in beta, includes improved access to familiar resources, plus new features such as: subject access to resources computers and technology study areas and rooms live feeds from the the […]

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You’ve asked for it! You’ve dreamed about it! You’ve waited for it! It’s here: The Clark College Libraries NEW Website! The new Clark Libraries Website, still in beta, includes improved access to familiar resources, plus new features such as: subject access to resources computers and technology study areas and rooms live feeds from the the […]

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30 Clicks: Information Tools at Your Fingertips This week: Finding US Government Information on the Web Thursday, April 21 @ 12:15 pm in LIB 103 The US Government produces huge amounts of useful, and reliable, information. Did you know that 24.3 lbs = the per capita consumption of candy by Americans in 2009 (US Census)? […]

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The Statistical Abstract of the United States, published since 1878, is the authoritative and comprehensive summary of statistics on the social, political, and economic organization of the United States and has long been a great reference resource for all kinds of researchers. However, the most recent U.S. Census Bureau budget for 2012 includes reductions that […]

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Pi Day – March 14

Yes, today, March 14, is a celebration of all things Pi.  I’m not writing about the kind of pie you eat, no sir.  I’m talking about mathematical Pi. You know the one.  It never ends: 3.141592…  Anyway, because March 14 looks like 3.14 when you write it out, Pi day is…, today! In celebration of […]

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

It’s Valentine’s Day – do you know how this holiday started?  Find out here: http://www.history.com/topics/valentines-day For many, Valentine’s Day = Chocolate. Interested in learning more about chocolate and how it’s made? Check out this link: http://exhibits.mannlib.cornell.edu/chocolate/

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The Cannell Library will only send out notices to your official Clark College student e-mail address. If you request to pick up or hold an item at the library and wish to be notified that your material has arrived you will need to check your Clark e-mail. This is also necessary if you want to […]

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30 Clicks: Information Tools at Your Fingertips This week: An Educational Journey on the Silk Road Thursday, November 18 @ 12:15 pm in LIB 103 As part of “International Education Week”,  join Clark Adjunct instructor in economics, John Bayer, for an educational journey on the ancient Silk Road — which often includes days without electricity. […]

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