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Celebrating Heritage Months All Year Long! Join us as we honor the rich cultural heritage of different communities - month by month!

Heritage Month Guide

Check out the library's collection of resources for various heritage months throughout the year

Celebrate together! Multicultural Holidays & Observances

Holidays & Observances Guide

Each month the library produces this guide to holidays, observances, and celebrations that various members of our campus community will be honoring. Let’s celebrate & learn together!

 

Dive into a new subject quickly: Very Short Introductions (Oxford Academic)

Very Short Introductions

Read concise and authoritative introductions to a wide range of topics, including history and science, focusing on central ideas, themes, and approaches.

Oxford World's Classics

Oxford World's Classics

Read some of the world's most important literature, complete with introductions, explanatory notes, chronologies, and bibliographies.

What Everyone Needs to Know (Oxford)

What Everyone Needs to Know

Written by subject experts in a question and answer format, these eBooks provide authoritative discussions of complex and contemporary social issues.

Oxford English Dictionary: 500,000 words and phrases, 3.5 million quotations, 1000 years

Oxford English Dictionary

The OED is the definitive record of the English language, featuring 600,000 words, 3 million quotations, and over 1000 years of English.

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Special Hours & Closures
Campus Closed: March 15
Limited Hours: March 11-14

8 am - 4:30 pm

Regular Library Hours

M-Th 8 am - 6 pm
Fri 8 am - 4:30 pm
CLOSED weekends

Library Information Desk

 LRC-200
 240-500-2237
 301-393-3681
 library@hagerstowncc.edu
 hagerstowncc.edu/library

The William M. Brish Library is settled on the traditional indigenous homeland of the Seneca, Cayuga, and Haudenosaunee people, whose descendants now belong to the Seneca-Cayuga Nation of Oklahoma, where they were forcibly relocated by the United States government. Learn about land acknowledgments and ways to be in solidarity with Native nations beyond land acknowledgments.

 

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