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News & Events
Western students, faculty, and staff can now review the 2023 -2024 subscription review list and will have until Sunday, March 10 to submit their feedback.
Are you interested in creative writing? Drop by one of the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio’s Creative Writing Workshops held twice a week through winter quarter!
Screening of 'Love Letters' follows the remarkable love story of professor and feminist scholar Catharine R. Stimpson and musicologist Elizabeth Wood.
Displays & Exhibits
Western Libraries celebrates Black History Month by highlighting the people, history, and stories from the Black Diaspora.
Transcending illusory boundaries is a central goal of the world’s great spiritual traditions.
Thanks to a partnership with the Counseling and Wellness Center, you can borrow a portable happy light from the library for up to one week.
Having accessible, self-paced, 24/7 support for research and writing can help both busy students and instructors. Western Libraries has a suite of online resources created with this need in mind.
The 2024 Whatcom READS selection, "Red Paint: The Ancestral Autobiography of a Coast Salish Punk," by Sasha taqʷšəblu LaPointe has won the 2023 Washington State Book Award for Creative Nonfiction/Memoir.
Looking for extra sources for that paper you’re writing? Reviewing materials for an upcoming syllabus? Try ordering what you need through Summit!