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In this month’s selection of books, we look at the subjects and stories of migration, immigration and refugees. While not officially labeled a sanctuary city, Pittsburgh has strong ties to the fight for inclusion and equality of displaced people, with Mayor Bill Peduto commenting “Pittsburgh has historically been a home for refugees and immigrants and will continue to be one.” Pittsburgh is also the location for City of Asylum, a nonprofit organization that houses writers exiled from their home countries due to controversial writing.
On her Back in the Stacks blog, Cataloging Specialist Jan Hardy reviews "Stuntwomen: the Untold Hollywood Story," a book about the real lives of women that scare and shock us on screen.
In early 2019, wallethub.com performed a data driven study of the best to worst cities for football fans across the United States. Of the 240 cities evaluated, Pittsburgh was ranked first in the “Best Cities for Football Fans” and third in the “Best-Performing NFL Teams” categories. Football isn’t the only sport the Steel City has to offer however.
A power shutdown taking place as part of the Hall of the Arts (GSIA) and Posner Center renovations project will affect various locations on campus, including Hunt Library and Posner Center. The power shutdown has been confirmed for Saturday July 27, 1 p.m. – 9 p.m. During this period of time, both Hunt Library and Posner Center will lose power. As a result, Hunt Library will be closed on Saturday.
On July 20th, 1969, an estimated 600 million people witnessed the live broadcast of the first manned lunar landing known as Apollo 11. The cultural impact of this event was not only felt in the hearts and minds of individuals everywhere, but in the sciences as well. Leaders in the fields of robotics and lunar logistics, such as Carnegie Mellon University, continue to build upon the technological achievements set forth by this historic day. Most recently, NASA chose CMU’s Field Robotics Cen
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Doppelgänger: (German "double walker") is a paranormal double of a living person, typically representing evil or misfortune. In modern vernacular, the word has come to refer to any double or look-alike of a person (Wikipedia.org)
For the latest post on "Back in the Stacks," Cataloging Specialist Jan Hardy reviews "Manic: a memoir" by Terri Cheney.
In order to fight stigma and bring awareness to mental health issues, Carnegie Mellon University Libraries joins Mental Health America in observing Mental Health Awareness Month for May 2019. Since 1949, organizations across the nation have recognized this month as an opportunity to provide resources and outreach on mental illness, and allow individuals to share their experiences. Beginning May 3rd you will find a series of books on display in the lobby of Hunt Library covering various mental health topics, and be sure to view our social media for links to electronic resour
Join us on Monday, April 22 from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. in Hunt Library, IDeATe Studio B for “Speed Dating for Library Services." This highly-interactive event will allow faculty an opportunity to gain a quick (yet still informative) overview, as well as pose direct questions to Libraries employees about specific tools and services.