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GW Libraries Closed for Labor Day

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GW Libraries Closed for Lab DayGelman, Eckles and VS&TC Libraries will be closed on Monday, September 1 for the Labor Day holiday.

Gelman will close at 11pm on Sunday, Aug. 31 and reopen at 7am on Tuesday, Sept. 2. No 24-hour access is available during this time.  Eckles & VS&TCL will maintain regular hours on Sunday, Aug. 31 and Tuesday, Sept. 2.

The Art & Design Collection from the Corcoran

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The Corcoran School of the Arts & DesignAs part of the Corcoran College of Art + Design’s integration with the George Washington University, the collections of the Corcoran College Library will relocate to GW’s Gelman Library.  This collection will be kept together on the 1st floor of Gelman rather than integrated with GW’s general collections.

Hey Corcoran! Meet GW Libraries.

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Hey Corcoran!  Meet GW Libraries.Hey Corcoran! Meet GW Libraries
Tuesday, August 26 at 3:30pm
Gelman Library, Room 302

Student Jobs at Gelman Library

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Work at GelmanWhere can you learn the research skills you need to snag that White House internship AND get paid doing it? Gelman Library!

Gelman is hiring work-study students able to work 5-10 hours/week.  No experience is required!

Librarypalooza!

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Librarypalooza 2014Librarypalooza!
Tuesday, August 26
4-6pm
Gelman Entrance Floor & Kogan Plaza

Join us for Librarypalooza, a casual cookout where graduate and undergraduate students can learn about library services and spaces in a relaxed environment.

Library Services for GW Faculty: An Orientation

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Library Services for GW Faculty: An OrientationTuesday, August 19 at 10 am -or-
Thursday, August 21 at 9 am

New Collection: TV Critic and GW Professor Lawrence Laurent

Special Collections is pleased to announce a new collection from former GW faculty member Lawrence Laurent, a prominent D.C. radio and television critic.

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