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|Look What I Made A child enrolled in The Clubhouse, an educa-|
tional enrichment program for the children of TWU students, shows
off the Minion he made during a visit to the Blagg-Huey Library's
Children's Collection. Photograph by Jimmie Lyn Harris. June 20,
|How Do You Pronounce This? In the Blagg-Huey Library Children's Collection, Librarian Woody Evans |
spends one-on-one time with a child enrolled in The Clubhouse while others investigate the books they have
chosen to check out for the coming week. Photograph by Jimmie Lyn Harris. June 20, 2016.
|Those Crafty Clubhouse Kids Children enrolled in The Clubhouse, an educational enrichment program |
for the children of TWU students, are assisted by staff members as they work on the week's library craft
project--Minions made out of recycled toilet paper tubes. Photograph by Jimmie Lyn Harris. June 20, 2016.
|Movable whiteboards are now available in the Blagg-Huey Library on the Denton campus. Photograph|
by Sandy Cochran. June 17, 2016.
|Becoming Nicole by Pulitzer Prize winning author Amy Ellis Nutt |
is one of the LGBT selections available through the TWU Libraries.
|A 2016 Branding Iron Award has been presented to the TWU Libraries by the Texas Library |
Association for a collection of promotional materials reflecting the creative work of several members of the
(Denton) Blagg-Huey Library staff. Pictured with the award are staff members (L-R) Bethany Ross, Sean
Spear, and Christina Cool. Photograph by Vickie Silva. June 7, 2016.
|New Dean of TWU Libraries Suzanne Sears begins her tenure at TWU on July 1, 2016. Photograph by |
Your Next Great Read Awaits Blagg-Huey Library staff member Ginger Bartush looks for her next great
read in the library's Browsing Collection. The collection is stocked with current bestsellers and other popular
books to support the recreational reading of TWU students and faculty and staff members. Photograph by Jon
Turner. June 8, 2016.
Tradition Meets Technology Digital signs installed on the first, second, and third floors of the (Denton) Blagg-Huey Library are good places for library patrons
to check for information on special events, building hours and closings, resources and services, and other library news. The signs, located near the first-floor Informa-
tion Desk and the second- and third-floor elevators, are one of the many ways the library has incorporated current technology into its traditional surroundings for the
benefit of students, faculty and staff members, and other library visitors. Photograph by Jessica Randle. June 4, 2016.