Monday, April 24, 2006

Are you orchestrally inclined?

If so, check out Polyphonic.org, a new website that gives instrumentalists access to what they need or want to know. The site is hosted by the Eastman School of Music but the Board of the Orchestra Musician Forum includes David Stull, dean of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music. For more information, checkout the press release at Musical America (another great source of information for professional musicians!).

Monday, April 17, 2006

Mudd's Criminal Past Exposed!


Twenty five years ago, on the night of April 23, 1981, while awaiting interrogation for suspicious activities, a man who subsequently indentified himself as James R. Shinn tried unsuccessfully to dispose of incriminating evidence within the confines of the Main Library...

Our library curatorial specialists are preparing a behind-the-scenes look at the infamous crime scene.

You can take the self-guided tour of the world-renowned Shinn Room, starting at the display in the lobby of the Main Library between 9am and 4pm on Friday April 21st and Monday April 24th.

Relive the drama!

Friday, April 07, 2006

Taxing Times Ahead






We can't give you tax advice, but we've posted the most frequently requested forms on our website, as well as links to federal and state tax sites.

Monday, April 03, 2006

Hallelujah! Legal Coffee in the Library!

Well in advance of your first late-night end-of-semester study session, all campus libraries (yes, even the art library!) now allow coffee and other drinks. Here's the catch: Drinks must be in sturdy, covered, reusable containers like these:



and NOT in flimsy, uncovered, leaky containers like these:


So bring your covered mug to Mudd, and settle down to study and sip in your favorite cozy corner (as long as it's not in the Special Collections or Archives -- read the fine print for more information).

It's National Library Week!

Celebrate National Library Week by reading a magazine article online, from one of 26 magazines now accessible in the America's Newspapers database (on-campus access | off-campus access). The magazines include: Business 2.0, Fortune, Fortune International, FSB: Fortune Small Business, Money, Entertainment Weekly, People Weekly, Teen People, Baby Talk, Essence, Family Life, In Style, Life, Parenting, Real Simple, Foreign Affairs, Newsweek, Time, Time for Kids, Time International, U.S. News & World Report, ON Magazine, Popular Science, Sports Illustrated, Sports Illustrated for Kids, and Sports Illustrated for Women. Read more about online magazines and newspapers, and full-text databases, in OhioLINK's What's New blog.