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Belk Library offers a number of rooms for small group study. The new online booking system for these rooms features:
Those with reservations do have preference. We ask that you vacate the room if another shows up with an advanced booking. Please come to any service desk for assistance if needed.
Please do not leave anything in group study rooms of value since these rooms cannot be locked.
Due to heavy demand, please cancel a room booking if you find you cannot honor your booking.
Call the Circulation Desk at (828) 262-2818.
You are cordially invited to attend a presentation by Jack Betts.
Date: Tuesday, August 2
Location: Belk Library, Room 421
Jack Betts is a political columnist for the Charlotte Observer who has written about North Carolina since graduating from UNC Chapel Hill in 1968. A former Pentagon photographer and Washington correspondent for Landmark newspapers, Betts was Raleigh Bureau Chief for the Greensboro Daily News and editor of North Carolina Insight magazine before joining the Observer in 1992.
The topic of his presentation will be "The Changing Face of Journalism and Politics in North Carolina."
An informal reception will follow the presentation. Parking is available in the Library Deck. For more information call Lynn Patterson at 828-262-2087.
The library has an exciting collection of Indian films to give you a great escape this summer! Ranging from drama to action to comedy and always including musical numbers, these movies give you a glimpse into the values and culture of the country that created Bollywood.
Take a look at our list of selected Bollywood films and get ready for summer adventure.
Out of the Stacks, Into the Light: Highlighting Newly Processed Collections, a new exhibit, is now on display in the Atrium on the fourth floor of the library. This exhibit features materials from five collections: Ralph Fickel Papers, Blanford Barnard Dougherty Collection, William H. Plemmons Papers, Herbert W. Wey Papers, and Thomas Reese Railroad and Printing Collection. The exhibit not only highlights newly processed collections, but also presents individuals who have made important contributions to the University and the community.