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Here’s another library review! A lesser-known, quiet study spot at Barnard. For when Butler is too mainstream (read: crowded) for you. Location: LeFrak Center, Barnard Hall. The library is right in front of you when you walk in, but blocked by a wall. Entrances are to the left or the right along the main hallway’s West […]

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It’s no secret that Bwog hearts BarnLib, and we’re super excited about their event in LeFrak tomorrow starting at 6 PM. (aka 24 hours from now!) The BarnLib babes will be whipping up some Millie the Bear-shaped cookies for students to decorate and munch on to brighten up their Monday night. The event will have cookies catering to […]

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Lehman Hall is closed and its materials and staff have successfully moved over to the new LeFrak Center, but the old building itself remains. It looks over our shoulders every day as we walk over to our Diana/Milbank classes, reminding us that it is merely a shadow of what it once used to be. One might even […]

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If you’re reading this, it’s too late… to attend the first session of Barnard Personal Librarians’ “Grab and Go” sessions in the Diana center. Thankfully, the amazing Barnlib queens will be available today (the 17th), tomorrow (the 18th), and Friday (the 20th) in the Diana Center Cafe (second floor) to answer any questions you may […]

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On Monday night, members of the Barnard and Columbia community gathered to create an artistic farewell tribute to the well-loved (and well-worn) Lehman Library. While doodling on the walls, many students fondly recalled long nights spent in a stress-induced panic before a big assignment. Or just pretending to look studious while secretly texting under the […]

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The beloved Barnard Library will be torn down this coming December as work on the new Teaching and Learning Center will commence during Winter 2015. This means that this finals season will perhaps be the last time Barnard students can stress out during their final exams in the library. Regardless, we are already emotional about losing barnlib, and […]

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