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At 6 pm this evening, Barnard College held a event doubly honoring the end of its 125th academic year and revealing the design plans for the new library, to be called the Teaching and Learning Center. Major construction is to begin Winter 2015 and some of Lehman’s offices and books are already starting their move […]

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Maud Rozee and Eric Cohn took a look into some book news. For those of you living under a rock who haven’t heard: Barnard will soon be replacing its library with a new Teaching and Learning Center (TLC). Lehman Hall is scheduled for demolition in December 2015, and construction is predicted to take about three […]

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Bwog continues asking the important questions. Brawny Barnard Bear Maud Rozee thinks about how sweet it would be if the new Barnard library were a skyscraper. Recently, DSpar declared that Barnard would be building a new library. Where will the money come from? Nobody knows, but nobody’s going to question it. Sure, Barnard’s current library […]

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