Are you wondering what to read between classes this summer? We have some suggestions!
For light summer reading, check out the library’s new popular magazine database, Flipster – it contains 70+ magazines like Chicago, Consumer Reports, Discover, and Cooking Light. Download the app to read issues on your Apple, Android, or Kindle device.
This is also the summer of The Great American Read – take the quiz to see how many you’ve read, and vote for a classic, or maybe find a new favorite – happy reading!
Are you taking a summer class? Here are the library’s hours for the 2018 Summer Semester (May 12 – July 27):
Monday – Thursday: 7:30 a.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Friday: 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Summer Holidays: The library will be closed for Memorial Day, Monday, May 28 and Independence Day, Wednesday, July 4.
Returning in fall? Registration for Fall Semester opens TODAY – Monday, May 7. Pick your classes now with the online Fall 2018 Credit Course Schedule!
Looking forward to summer? Will your plans involve water? Swimming in it? Fishing, canoeing or other water sports? Drinking it? A new library guide highlights books, articles, and news about all things water.
Smallpox Vaccine Discovered – 1796
In the 18th century, smallpox was a widespread and often fatal disease. Within 18 months, 12,000 people in England had been vaccinated and the number of smallpox deaths dropped by two-thirds. Come check out , at the Todd Library, what other diseases have been eradicated or still a major concern to life world-wide and the controversy over vaccinations.