Constitution Day, September 17

Join us for the panel discussion "The Duty to Act: U.S. Census Policy and the Constitution:" Library, Harmon room from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Sponsored by the Civic Engagement Center, DeWitt Wallace Library, Legal Studies, and Political Science Department. Lunch = Pizza

Learn about the DeWitt Wallace Library

Curious about the library and what goes on "behind the scenes?" Check out this new video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCf8Gl5V-kU

Fine Forgiveness Forever

*Applies to most most books, CDs, and DVDs. Fines will still be applied to course reserves materials, laptops, and other short-term checkout items. Click for more info.

Welcome Class of 2023!

This is just the beginning! Bring all of your questions to the service desk at the entrance to the Library, ask a question via Chat, or email us.

Multiculturalism at Macalester

Celebrating the 2019 Alumni of Color Reunion and commemorating the 50-year anniversary of the beginning of the Expanded Educational Opportunities Program. The Mac Archives shares student stories and experiences: https://dwlibrary.macalester.edu/multicultural

Check out the Journal of Physics and Astronomy

Macalester Journal of Physics and Astronomy, volume 7 issue 1, is now available in Digital Commons @ Macalester. It publishes original scientific research and is peer reviewed by fellow students and departmental faculty.

The Evolution of Affordable Content Efforts in the Higher Education Environment - a new openly accessible ebook

This book includes a chapter by Ron Joslin, Angi Faiks, and Terri Fishel. Chapter 9 - Creating an OER Toolkit: Offering Customized Solutions and Reducing Barriers in a Small Liberal Arts College

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