Monthly Archives: May 2014

Make smarter investments with Morningstar

Use Morningstar Investment Research Center to make informed decisions about your money. This resource contains comprehensive and up-to-date financial information on: Stocks Mutual funds Exchange-traded funds Portfolio tools and calculators help analyze how well your investments are working together. To … Continue reading

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Allons-y! ALL-CALL for Doctor Who Fan Art Submissions

Doctor Who has been a huge success – critical, commercial (and probably some other measure that I don’t know about but is also staggeringly important). So how does the viewing audience express its approval?  Fan art (and fanfiction, which we will probably … Continue reading

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Queer Book Group / Social Presents a Night of Gamesmanship and Snacks

  Game Night is tonight!  Expect raucous good fun. You provide the gamesmanship, we provide the snacks. 7PM / Robbins Library 4th Floor Conference Room    

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Doctor Who Party at the Library

Dust off your fez Polish your sonic screwdriver and whatever you do don’t blink. The TARDIS lands at the Robbins Library on Saturday June 28 for a whole day of Doctor Who fun for Whovians of all ages. As part … Continue reading

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May 27 is game night

Next Tuesday is board game night at the library for everyone ages 13 and up. Gaming starts at 6pm in the community room and goes until we close. Bring your own favorite games or play some of ours. We hope … Continue reading

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Download more books with the MA eBook Project

  You don’t have to leave your house for books. You might already be familiar with our digital collection available through Overdrive, but now the Robbins Library is part of a pilot project to bring you even more ebooks. We … Continue reading

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Why climb Mount Everest? “Because it’s there.”

The Staff Picks Book Group just read and discussed Tanis Rideout’s historical novel Above All Things, and not only did we find the novel imaginative and emotionally compelling, we were fascinated by the climbers’ obsession with reaching the summit of Mount … Continue reading

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Next Staff Picks Book

The next choice for the Staff Picks Book Group is Train Go Sorry by Leah Hager Cohen. The title may not sound grammatically correct, but that’s because it’s not English grammar, it’s American Sign Language. Cohen grew up on the … Continue reading

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“How do you read so much? I don’t have time to read.”

The Robbins Library teen librarian read this Book Riot post “12 Ways to Sneak in Extra Reading Time” and took it as a challenge. Surely we, as librarians, had our own tips to offer? After all, despite the popular misconception, we … Continue reading

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Discover more with Credo

Even if you can’t make it into the library, your library card number will grant you access to a world of information. Credo Reference is just one of the many resources to which the Robbins Library subscribes that you can use … Continue reading

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