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Attention all book makers!

03/20/14  |  Posted by Library Staff  |  Posted in Library

The CIA library has just acquired a copy of Biblio Tech: Reverse Engineering Historical and Modern Binding Structures. This is a set of twelve cut-away binding structure models. Examples include Ethiopian binding, medieval binding, split...

Library Survey 2014

02/24/14  |  Posted by Library Staff  |  Posted in Library

It’s time for the library’s biennial survey! You might not realize it, but the library staff really values your opinions. We began conducting this survey in 1994, and we have made significant changes to services...

Boys in Skirts-the CIA Rebellion of 1941

01/22/14  |  Posted by Library Staff  |  Posted in Library

In 1941, when the girls at CIA began to wear pants to school, the male students became upset, and staged a rebellion of sorts. They decided to wear skirts. According to the article, this action...

How Do You Look?

10/25/13  |  Posted by Library Staff  |  Posted in Library

“How Do You Look?” is a project to promote and understand visual literacy. It is sponsored by the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University and the Duke libraries. Begin in the top left corner...

National Library Week Wrap-up

04/24/13  |  Posted by Library Staff  |  Posted in Library

Thanks to everyone who participated in our National Library Week activities! We had fifty people try to guess how many books we have in the library. The winner, Margaret Schrecongost, guessed 46,000, and the actual...

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