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In the Stacks: Something new, old, and recommended

November 26, 2014
By the Morse Library Staff

New to our collection, the Gale Virtual Reference Library provides access to hundreds of reference titles covering many disciplines: art, business, history, multicultural studies, and science--to name a few. Take a few minutes to browse and see what excites you!

radio stationSomething from the Archives
A photo of Lori Skelton broadcasting in WBCR studio in 1985. Skelton would go on to a career as a classical music announcer for WPR and has been host of the "Sunday Afternoon Live from the Chazen" program.

The Bone Clocks coverBook Review by Josh Hickman
Bone Clocks: a novel, David Mitchell

Like Mitchell's Cloud Atlas, this is a sprawling work that takes place in several different settings and time periods. Mitchell writes terrific prose and tells a great story about one woman through the eyes of people who meet her at different points in her life. Throughout, there's an ongoing war between supernatural beings that impacts the lives of the characters. I recommend it for fans of Mitchell's other works.

This month in Acquisitions
You are able to browse the new print and electronic acquisitions for the month of November.

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