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The  Mid-Coast Watershed Council exhibit explores the activities of this local non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health of streams and watersheds in our area.

The  Mid-Coast Watershed Council exhibit explores the activities of this local non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health of streams and watersheds in our area.

The Center for Research Libraries has announced its most recent purchases of primary source materials. It's an eclectic mix, ranging from Missionary Society Papers to facsimiles of significant post-war Japanese manga artists to the 1939-1949 issues of The Sacramento Bee, a newspaper known for its support of workers' rights and environmental protection. The complete list of new purchases is available at http://www.crl.edu/sites/default/files/attachments/pages/pp10purchases.pdf.

Through the OSU Libraries' membership, OSU faculty, staff and students have access to the complete CRL collection, which includes the largest collection of circulating newspapers in North America, nearly 40,000 foreign journals rarely held in U.S. libraries, and major microform and paper collections from around the world. CRL materials are loaned to member libraries for 90 days with unlimited 90-day renewals.

To learn more about CRL and the collections available to you, visit http://www.crl.edu/.

The Center for Research Libraries has announced its most recent purchases of primary source materials. It's an eclectic mix, ranging from Missionary Society Papers to facsimiles of significant post-war Japanese manga artists to the 1939-1949 issues of The Sacramento Bee, a newspaper known for its support of workers' rights and environmental protection. The complete list of new purchases is available at http://www.crl.edu/sites/default/files/attachments/pages/pp10purchases.pdf.

Through the OSU Libraries' membership, OSU faculty, staff and students have access to the complete CRL collection, which includes the largest collection of circulating newspapers in North America, nearly 40,000 foreign journals rarely held in U.S. libraries, and major microform and paper collections from around the world. CRL materials are loaned to member libraries for 90 days with unlimited 90-day renewals.

To learn more about CRL and the collections available to you, visit http://www.crl.edu/.

The Center for Research Libraries has announced its most recent purchases of primary source materials. It's an eclectic mix, ranging from Missionary Society Papers to facsimiles of significant post-war Japanese manga artists to the 1939-1949 issues of The Sacramento Bee, a newspaper known for its support of workers' rights and environmental protection. The complete list of new purchases is available at http://www.crl.edu/sites/default/files/attachments/pages/pp10purchases.pdf.

Through the OSU Libraries' membership, OSU faculty, staff and students have access to the complete CRL collection, which includes the largest collection of circulating newspapers in North America, nearly 40,000 foreign journals rarely held in U.S. libraries, and major microform and paper collections from around the world. CRL materials are loaned to member libraries for 90 days with unlimited 90-day renewals.

To learn more about CRL and the collections available to you, visit http://www.crl.edu/.

The Center for Research Libraries has announced its most recent purchases of primary source materials. It's an eclectic mix, ranging from Missionary Society Papers to facsimiles of significant post-war Japanese manga artists to the 1939-1949 issues of The Sacramento Bee, a newspaper known for its support of workers' rights and environmental protection. The complete list of new purchases is available at http://www.crl.edu/sites/default/files/attachments/pages/pp10purchases.pdf.

Through the OSU Libraries' membership, OSU faculty, staff and students have access to the complete CRL collection, which includes the largest collection of circulating newspapers in North America, nearly 40,000 foreign journals rarely held in U.S. libraries, and major microform and paper collections from around the world. CRL materials are loaned to member libraries for 90 days with unlimited 90-day renewals.

To learn more about CRL and the collections available to you, visit http://www.crl.edu/.

But…aren’t all the books in the library free?

Yes, but this is a copy of Greg Mortenson’s Three Cups of Tea that is yours to keep.

What’s the catch? These books are for COCC and OSU-C students who are interested in participating in the upcoming Season of Nonviolence programming. There are guest speakers, book discussion groups, and even a visit from the author on the calendar. Swing by the library’s circulation desk with your student ID, sign up for a discussion group and pick up a copy of the book to read over winter break.

Supplies are limited. Questions? Contact Librarian Kate Gronemyer kate [dot] gronemyer [at] osucascades [dot] edu

OSU Libraries now has access to the complete Berkeley Electronic Press (BePress) collection of electronic journals. These journals are in a number of subject areas, including Economics, Business, and Marketing; Law; Political Science, Policy, and International Studies; Health and Medicine; Science and Technology; and Education.

OSU Libraries now has access to the complete Berkeley Electronic Press (BePress) collection of electronic journals. These journals are in a number of subject areas, including Economics, Business, and Marketing; Law; Political Science, Policy, and International Studies; Health and Medicine; Science and Technology; and Education.

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