• Posted: October 21, 2019
    Randall Library Instagram Halloween contest 2019

    Randall Library Instagram (IG) Halloween Costume Contest

    Oct 21st – Oct. 31st.

    The top 3 students with the most “likes” by the end of the contest will win an ULTIMATE TRICK OR TREAT BASKET full of candy and goodies!

     

     

     

     

     

    HOW TO ENTER:

    1.) Take a photo/selfie in costume inside the library starting Oct. 21st and ending Oct 31st
        at 11:59PM EST. (No inappropriate costumes)

    2.) Share your photo/selfie with the library via IG using @uncwlibrary and the
        hashtag #RLhalloween2019.

    3.) The top 3 posts with the most “likes” by the end of the contest will be
         declared the winners.

    4.) All votes will be tallied on Nov 1st and all winners will be notified via a Direct Message
        to their IG account.

    5.) You must be a UNCW student to participate.

     
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  • Posted: October 16, 2019
    Faces of Randall logo

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Faces of Randall: October!

    Name: Christopher Rhodes

    Title: Facility Coordinator

    What that means: Christopher is in charge of the daily facility-related operations of the library—in other words, just about everything having to do with the building itself. This includes space management, card and key access, maintenance issues and reports, furniture acquisition, and space planning.

    Favorite book: The Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison. He read it in high school, and it was the first book that truly blew his mind.

    Favorite place in the library: Christopher loves the entire library, and having to choose just one part would feel like Solomon asking the two mothers to choose one half of a baby. That being said, he especially loves the library the day after final exams when he and his team can put the building back together!

    If you could instantly learn any one (real) skill, what would it be and why?:
    Christopher would learn to sing and play the piano perfectly, specifically so that he could perform musical theater. That said, he’s an admirer of music of all types. (Asking about his favorite musical got a similar result to asking about his favorite spot in the library.)

    About Christopher:
    Like many of those we’ve interviewed, Christopher’s path at Randall Library has been a winding one, starting eight and a half years ago with a temp position in December of 2010 focusing on facilities and event management. This position grew into a full-time facilities and cultural events coordinator position, and he has recently shifted his focus full time to facilities. Though he’s been here in Wilmington for some time now, Christopher lived in New York City for fourteen years. He considers it a second home, and goes back to visit often.

    BONUS:
    When Christopher was 18 he wanted to impress a new friend by learning the lyrics to the Pet Shop Boy’s “West End Girls.” Here are his handwritten practice lyrics so you can sing along: https://500px.com/randalllib/galleries/christopher

     

     

     

     

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  • Posted: October 02, 2019
    New solar umbrellas outside of Randall Library

    Randall Library is pleased to offer two new solar umbrellas outside the front entrance. These two umbrellas from Zon Technology will provide sustainable outdoor power to charge any USB device. Each umbrella is equipped with three charging ports at the base and features an LED display that shows how much solar energy is currently stored. 

    The solar umbrellas are made possible through the joint efforts of the Student Government Association, the Sustainability office, and Randall Library. 

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  • Posted: October 01, 2019
    Grad students meet your subject librairans on Oct 23 at 1pm

    Meet your Subject Librarian

    Wednesday, October 23, 1-3 pm

    Sherman Hayes Gallery, 1st Floor Randall Library

    What is a subject librarian? Do you need more in-depth help finding information for your papers, projects, thesis, or other research? Would you like to meet one-on-one with a librarian to learn how to better use the library? If so, please fill out this form or contact the librarian in your subject area. If you fill out the form below, a librarian will contact you to schedule an appointment.  We will help you to use the research databases, library catalog, and other resources to find articles and books for your papers, and show you how to obtain resources that we don't have in our library. This service is provided for students, faculty, and staff at UNCW.  You can meet your subject librarian in person during this event!

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  • Posted: September 20, 2019
    Banned Books Week September 22-27

    Join Randall Library in saying, "Lift Every Voice and READ!" and check out our collection of challenged materials with thought-provoking themes! The exhibit highlights the importance of open access to information.  Accompanying some of the books is a description and reasoning behind the work’s censorship and includes personal statements written by UNCW students.

    Students wrote these statements as part of Michelle Manning’s ENG 382: “Ways of Teaching Literature”. In this course, students performed research on banned books and wrote short descriptions that explain how the books positively impacted their lives.

    The Banned Books Week exhibit is sponsored by The UNCW English Department and Randall Library every September. The display is located on the First Floor of Randall Library at the New & Popular Books section. All items are available for check out.

    For more information about ALA's Banned Books Week click here.

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  • Posted: September 20, 2019
    Banned Books Week: Read-In, Eat-In September 26 11 am - 12:30 pm

    Come join the UNCW and Wilmington communities as we celebrate the freedom to read what we want to read!

    In honor of Banned Books Week (Sept. 22-27), Randall Library (RL) will host a Read-In, Eat-In where we invite you to read aloud from your favorite banned or challenged books while enjoying pizza and cookies. Bring your own book or grab one here to connect with diverse voices from across campus.

    Thursday, Sept. 26, from 11:00 am-12:30 pm in the Sherman Hayes Gallery on the first floor of RL

    The Banned Book Read-In, Eat-In is sponsored by The UNCW English Department and Randall Library. 

    Learn more about RL Banned Books Week here.

    For more information about ALA's Banned Books Week here.

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  • Posted: September 11, 2019
    UNCW Wentworth Fellows poster session Oct. 23rd
    Wentworth Fellowship Poster Session

    Randall Library is proud to host the Fall 2019 UNCW Wentworth Fellows Poster Session, Wednesday, October 23 through October 25.

    Join us Wednesday, October 23 between 3-5 PM to meet the fellows in person and to find out how Randall Library can help you with your travel and research projects.

    About the Wentworth Fellowship

    The Wentworth Fellowship, a gift of Mr. Charles F. Green III, was established in 2001 to enable a select number of students to travel to sites in America and abroad that are associated with literary authors and texts.  Each year, students work with faculty sponsors to submit applications detailing journeys inspired by and connected with a specific text, author, or movement in an effort to explore the relationship of artistic production to geographic space. In the past, Wentworth Fellows have traveled to places as diverse as Beijing, Moscow, Oxford, Berlin, Prince Edward Island, and Providence, Rhode Island. 

    Be a Wentworth Fellow

    If you’re an English major or minor and would like more information on the Wentworth Travel Fellowship, please see https://uncw.edu/english/eia/awards.html

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  • Posted: August 27, 2019
    Digital Humanities meet and greet September 5, 2019

    EVENT CANCELED

    Come for a Digital Humanities meet and greet on September 5, 2019 from 11:00am – 12:30pm at the Clocktower Lounge. 

    Snacks, conversations, ideas, and moving forward.

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  • Posted: August 27, 2019
    Special Labor Day hours at Randall Library

    Over the Labor Day holiday, Randall Library will be closed Saturday, August 31st through Monday, September 2nd.

    We will reopen at 7 am on Tuesday, September 3rd. 

    Enjoy the holiday, Seahawks! 

     

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  • Posted: August 20, 2019
    New Sunday Hours

    The library will be open at 10 am on Sundays this year in response to student requests. The Sunday hours are a trial and will be evaluated at the end of the academic year to determine if this will be a permanent change. 

    We hope all Seahawks will enjoy the extra hours of study time!

    Please see the library calendar for any exceptions. 

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