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Classical Music Library is the largest and most comprehensive collection of streaming classical music available online — with thousands of composers, ensembles, albums, and genres.
It includes all major genres and time periods from medieval to contemporary, from choral works to symphonies, operas, and the avant-garde.
You know you want to go. The Hate U Give movie is premiering on October 19 and the library is giving you a chance to go for free!
As part of our TxWes Reads celebration of Angie Thomas's novel, The Hate U Give, the library is have a contest. Enter by creating something artistic based on prompts based on the novel by Angie Thomas. Your piece must be inspired by one of the essay prompts below or a theme that resonated with you from the novel. All entries judged by library staff.
Welcome back Texas Wesleyan students! There are 3 things that the Reference Department can do to help you!
The Reference Department is ready to help you in any way that we can to insure that you are successful in your coursework. There are 3 things that we can do for you:
From now until May 8th you have a chance to vote for the next TxWes Reads book! The five to choose from are:
- Watchmen by Alan Moore
- Friday Night Lights, by H. G. Bissinger
- The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas
- The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
- Pyongyang: A Journey in North Korea by Guy Delisle
Go to https://txwes.libguides.com/TxWesReads, and vote the one that you want to read!
West Library wants to hear from you! Do you have a book suggestion for our next TxWes Reads One Book program? Please tell us about it by filling out this survey: https://txwes.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bgCEKOaA0klwFSt
On Tuesday, Oct.3, the library will host the next event of the TXWES reads campaign, a lunch-n-lecture, called "Banned! Censored!
The Eunice & James L. West Library will kick off a school wide read of George Orwell’s dystopian novel 1984 with a year’s worth of events and activities. 1984 has taken on new relevance in today’s world. The hope is to generate thought provoking discussions outside of the classroom that could impact a new understanding of the world. The library encourages faculty, staff and students to read and participate in the various events planned this fall.