Category Archives: Reading Room
WO- NOVA Author Robert Bausch book signing event. When: April 8 @ 7pm Where: 230 WAS Building Woodbridge Campus Library Reading Room
Did you know that January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month? Modern-day slavery is not just a worldwide problem, it’s a local issue as well. According to The Washington Post “more than 250 victims of human trafficking and … Continue reading
Have you visited our Banned Books display? Come check out a banned book today. More information can be found on the American Library Association website.
On January 28th the Gordon M. Cook Library hosted Honors Welcome Night at the Woodbridge Campus. The event was kicked off by LeeAnn Thomas, the Honors Committee Chair, who introduced the evening’s program. The documentary Blackfish was screened for Honors … Continue reading
Come check out the Halloween display in the reading room of the Cook Library! We have information on Werewolves, Ghosts, Headless Horsemen and the other scary creatures you are likely to encounter this month! Knowledge is power! Learn about them … Continue reading
National Hispanic Heritage Month recognizes the achievements and contributions of Americans of Hispanic and Latino ancestry – those whose families originated in Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. Between September 15th and October 15th we celebrate their … Continue reading