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Are you looking on ways to beat the winter doldrums? Winter is a great time to expand our horizons with a new book! This month the CTC iCommons is featuring books about winter. Here are a few of the titles: Polar Bears: The Natural History of a Threatened Species Author:  Ian Stirling With 40 years […]

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Sure the public library is great, but why not pick something up while you’re already on campus? Our Popular Reading collection is small but mighty. Here’s a few books I’d personally recommend: One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez – family drama with great magical realism Angels & Demons by Dan Brown – perfect […]

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International Education Week (IEW) is a chance to appreciate and celebrate international education and the exchange of knowledge among different countries. The celebration is from November 13-17 at Clark College as well as around the nation. During this week, we will have the opportunity to welcome our transitional students, to promote learning about international cultures, […]

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Censored 2017

“In 1976, Dr. Carl Jensen founded Project Censored at Sonoma State University as a media research program with a focus on student development of media literacy and critical thinking skills as applied to the news media censorship in the US. Each year the Project researches, vets, and compiles the Top Twenty Five most censored and […]

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Summer Term has come to an end and the Clark College Libraries will reopen on September 25 at 8:00 am. If you are looking for something to do during your school break here is a suggestion: Clark College Libraries have historically provided valuable resources for the Vancouver community. An esteemed education landmark, Clark College is […]

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The last time a total solar eclipse occurred, 38 years ago, people speculated how the animals would react; they wondered if chickens would return to roost and if roosters would crow as sunlight reappeared. When the solar eclipse crossed the Pacific Northwest, the view was blocked by cloudy skies but it did get very dark […]

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Spring Semester is coming to a close; but you still have time to Request Library Materials for your final projects. Your assignments will transition into completed works through the multitude of available resources. Current Clark students may request items from the Clark College Libraries, Summit Libraries, and additional libraries via Interlibrary Loan. Most Summit items […]

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Clark College Libraries celebrates the 2nd Annual Pride Day at Clark College with a display of related titles on the library’s new display stand.  You’ll have a lot of titles to choose from, including: Love Unites Us: Winning the Freedom to Marry in America (Kevin M. Cathcart and Leslie J. Gabel-Brett, editors) Stand By Me: […]

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Remember in April, when we said that there’s nothing librarians like more than a themed display? Well, we have an idea for the next one here at the iCommons, and it features you. No, it won’t be an art installation with big mirrors, or some kind of embarrassing audience participation. It’s something much better: summer reading […]

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When you’re looking for an interesting book to read it is helpful to get a great recommendation! We’re again featuring book picks from Clark faculty and staff! This week we are featuring recommendations from STEM instructor Erin Harwood and Art instructor Lisa Staley. Do you want to find these titles and more? Log into our Discover catalog! […]

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