Hunter Library's annual LNAP event is Tuesday, March 28, 8pm-1am! Participants will be able to receive after-hours research and writing assistance, de-stress with a therapy dog visit at 8pm, take a yoga study break at 9pm, and munch on free snacks while studying. Students may register for the event beginning at 8pm in the library's first floor lobby.
Hunter Library's Special Collections is piloting Saturday hours, noon to 7:00 PM, through April 29. Find out more in our newsletter.
Browse Hunter Library's latest arrivals including books, DVDs, and audio.
Kathy Mathews, associate professor of biology, is the latest recipient of the Hunter Scholar Award.
Dr. Mathews (pictured here with Farzaneh Razzaghi, dean of library services) will be working
on her project, “Creating a Montane Island Plant Digital Collection for Research,
Education and Conservation." Read more.
Hunter Library is highlighting the year's scholarly work from WCU faculty. The exhibit, which is located on the ground floor of the library, includes books and articles, art and literature, musical performances, posters, and installations.
View a bibliography of the works here.
View the Faculty Scholarship Celebration Presentation here.
The majority of American adults get news from social media. Though social media provides a convenient way to share and access information, people tend to post news articles that confirm their existing biases or incite passionate responses from their followers and friends.
Join us in our month-long news challenge to get out of our existing news bubbles. Every few days, we will share a new activity for broadening our information horizons. Each activity will be posted here. Start with Activity 1: Take a break from other people’s opinions!