History and Philosophy Library Merges with Newspaper Library
The History and Philosophy Library and Newspaper Library have merged to form a new center for historical research on campus. The History, Philosophy, and Newspaper Library brings together source material from a variety of related disciplines, integrating resources and services to more efficiently serve faculty and students.
The consolidated unit is located in the recently renovated 246 Main Library. It provides an extensive menu of public services and an inviting layout of reader space, computer terminals, microfilm reader-printers and scanners, and print collections.
The new library is headed by Mary Stuart, who previously managed the History and Philosophy Library. “The merger brings together a concentration of expertise and resources in a way that offers a more cohesive research experience in a comfortable, welcoming environment,” she explains.