Happy Monday and happy August!
Enjoy this last weekend of July, and we will see you August 2nd when we start our Monday-Friday hours until the Fall Semester starts!
Ahh, that new book smell! If that’s what you’ve been looking forward to all summer, wait no longer: we have new books in the Browsing Collection AND the Smith Collection. Stop by the library to check out Stacey Abrams’ new novel While Justice Sleeps (which we have two copies of, by the way) or any of these other new and award-winning titles!
Happy birthday to all the Scotties celebrating in July!
Ernest Hemingway was born on this day in 1899. Don’t feel like reading Hemingway? Check out a list of books written by his ex-wife Martha Gellhorn below!
The Trouble I’ve Seen – Martha Gellhorn
The Weather in Africa – Martha Gellhorn
Learn more about Martha Gellhorn and her life as a war correspondent through Peter Williams’ documentary Martha Gellhorn: On the Record.
Summer is a great time to read or watch movies in your spare time, and we want to know: What’s your favorite movie or book quote?
See a few notable movie and book quotes that we like below.
If you’re a bird, I’m a bird.The Notebook
One does not simply walk into MordorLord of the Rings
What are men to rocks and mountains?Pride and Prejudice
Need something new to read before the end of the summer? Come to McCain and check out our New Materials! This collection is located in the Main Reading Room right next to the Smith Collection, and not far from the Browsing Books. There are plenty of books for everyone, so come by and browse, or place a hold in WorldCat!
McCain Library is adjusting its services to facilitate our collaboration with the film crew on campus this week.
- On Wednesday, July 7th, library services will be virtual. Patrons will not have access to services within the building, but staff will be available via email and chat.
- Regular Summer Hours will resume Thursday, July 8th at 8:00AM.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 404.471.6094 for more information. Note that these plans are subject to change. The library home page will post the most current directives from EMS liaisons, as will our social media accounts.