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Spring 2022 – Raven Rebus

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Throughout May, the library is hosting Raven Rebus. Each Rebus is a collection of images, letters, and basic math concepts that represents the title of a book in our collection. To complete the challenge, a student must correctly guess the title, search for the call number in our library catalog, then find the physical book […]

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Spring 2022 – Women in Automotive Design, Engineering, and Technology

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In 1886, Karl Benz completed the Benz-Patent Motorwagen, the first automobile powered by an internal combustion engine. Two years later, a woman became the first person to take the motorwagen on a long-distance drive. Since then, women have made significant contributions to automotive design, engineering, and technology. Throughout April, the library is showcasing some of their contributions using […]

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Spring 2022 – Finding Beauty on Our Campus – Student Photography

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Throughout the spring term, the display case in the Burden Classroom Building entrance will feature student work from Mr. Mark Nadeau’s Photography class. “Our students portray our beautiful campus”. They was asked to shoot images around campus which define the school.  They were to find the beauty in the architecture, the grounds, and the landscape of  Portsmouth […]

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Winter 2021-2022 – Rejected!

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What do J.K. Rowling, Stephen King, and William Golding have in common? Their famous books were initially rejected by publishers. Rowling’s work was eventually “saved” by an eight-year-old girl who found the first chapter of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone on her father’s desk. Her father was a publisher who let her read the first […]