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Join us on the Student Success Scavenger Hunt

We are excited to announce a new joint venture between Buhl Library, the Registrar, Academic Advising, and Career Services! It's called the Student Success Scavenger Hunt and we invite you to visit all the aforementioned departments to find answers to the questions and uncover the hidden clues to have a chance to win coffee with President McNulty. You can start the scavenger hunt by scanning the QR codes found in all of the departments involved in the event.

Important Note: The form does not work correctly so please use Chrome or another web browser of your choice to complete the scavenger hunt!

Give A Warm Welcome To Our New Buhl Library Student Workers!

We are excited to welcome such a great group of people to our Buhl Library Student Worker team!

Olivia White

Major: English Secondary Education

Fun Fact: I got a tattoo at the oldest tattoo shop in the world!

Collin Alexander

Major: Philosophy

Fun Fact: I have never been to a hockey game, but I have gone to the TD garden for basketball games every season.

Jake Coffield

Major: Business Management

Fun Fact: I am really good at limbo!

Miranda Metro

Major: Chemistry with Forensic Science

Fun Fact: I am a pitcher for the GCC softball team!

Zoe Harkema

Major: English and BARS

Fun Fact: I am fluent in ASL (American Sign Language).

How to Access Wall Street Journal

Here are the instructions for accessing The Wall Street Journal online. You can also find these on our LibGuide Access the Wall Street Journal.


When visiting the library do you checkout our new book display in the lobby??
Yes: 11 votes (55%)
No: 9 votes (45%)
Total Votes: 20

Librarians are here to help!

Have questions about assignments and don't know where to start? We have a fully staffed group of librarians that you can reach for help both in-person and online. Check out this link to Learn More Here!

Collection of the Month: Time Management

Take a look at some of the books in our collections that discuss the best way to manage a healthy work/life balance!

Spending time : the most valuable resource / Daniel S. Hamermesh

by Daniel S. Hamermesh

Buhl - Display: HM656 .H36 2019

The ruthless elimination of hurry

by John Mark Comer

Buhl - Display: BV4647.S48 C66 2019

Overwhelmed : work, love, and play when no one has the time

by Brigid Schulte

Buhl - Display: HQ759.48 .S33 2014

The organized mind : thinking straight in the age of information overload

by Daniel J. Levitin

Buhl - Display: BF323.D5 L49 2014

10 steps to mastering stress: a lifestyle approach

by David H. Barlow, Ronald M. Rapee, and Sarah Perini

Buhl - Display: BF575.S75 B2958 2014

What's New?


Here is a sampling of new resources in Buhl Library. Be sure to also check out the new book display in the library lobby.

Hover over a book's title to view a summary.

New Faculty Publications

Associate Professor of English Jeff Bilbro served as the editor to the recently published The Liberating Arts: Why We Need Liberal Arts Education. The summary describes this as a collection in which, "educators mount a vigorous defense of the humanist tradition, but also chart a path forward, building on their tradition’s strengths and addressing its failures. In each chapter, dispatches from innovators describe concrete ways this is being put into practice, showing that the liberal arts are not only viable today, but vital to our future."

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