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Book Club on Thursday, Oct 19th!

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Bucks Wellness in partnership with the Library will be holding a book discussion on Thursday, October 19th from 12:30-1:30PM in Library 310/CoLab1 (Newtown campus).

Up for discussion is You Are A Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life by Jen Sincero.

Copies are available for checkout at the library 3rd floor Service Desk. This free event it open to everyone!


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Library Display Case about WWII

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Not to be missed is the library display case outside of the Zlock Preforming Arts Center! The creative work of Mary Fravel and Barbara Gilmore, the display case contains war era items passed on to them from their parents. The thoughtful and touching display was timed to coincide with a World War II lecture to be given on November 9th at 7:30pm by our very own Bucks librarian, Margaret Montet. Included in the lecture will be music, history, books, and Margaret’s experiences from the spring Bucks trip to London, Paris, and Normandy. Please take a moment to view this personal display that means so much to us all.


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Student Research Conference

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Preparations are being made for the Bucks County Community College Student Research Conference, which will take place on December 1, 2017. Students are invited to submit papers and other media by November 9th at 11:59pm.

“All COMP, FOREIGN LANGUAGE, LITERATURE, ARTS, INTG, SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE, BUSINESS STUDIES, KINESIOLOGY AND SPORTS STUDIES, PROFESSIONAL STUDIES, SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING and MATHEMATICS students who submit a topic will be accepted as presenters.”

Lunch will be provided at noon for presenters.

Build your resume. Participate in the Academic Community!

For more information, please visit:

http://www.bucks.edu/academics/department/lang-lit/conference/

Questions? Contact us: BucksSRC@gmail.com

Presented by the Student Research Conference Committee
Department of Language and Literature 


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Student ID Cards and Stickers

Student IDs continue to be available at the 3rd floor Service Desk in the Library. They are free! Please bring a valid photo ID with you when getting your picture taken for a new Student ID card. Students with older ID cards still need to stop at the Service Desk to get a Fall 2017 sticker. Student ID cards must display a current semester sticker to be valid!