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Jean Arp’s Colonne de Reve (Dream Column) is now on display in the Mansfield Library lobby. Arp (1886-1966) was well-known for biomorphism in his works in which he used shapes resembling those seen in living things. He was also associated with the Dada and Surrealist movements. Colonne de Reve was sculpted from limestone and bronze [...]
Our patrons are convinced the Mansfield Library is a cool place to be! Complete your research, study for finals, write your papers, and enjoy the summer @ the Mansfield Library.
The Summer Orientations are scheduled for June 14, June 28, and July 12. New students will be able to fill out a form and drop it into a box at the Library’s Information Center Reference Desk to win a gift certificate to the UC Bookstore. In addition, Open House at the library, during which students [...]
Enjoy your summer studies @ the Mansfield Library. We provide: research assistance, information resources, quiet and group study spaces, circulating laptop computers, computing facilities, technical support, and printing and copy services. All this and air conditioning!
During this month’s Outpost Reference project, library staff went out into the UC and the dorms to answer questions and help with research. One of the most interesting questions we received was, “What’s the most commonly checked out item at the library?” Our library systems people compiled the list below of the top twenty most [...]
The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library at The University of Montana will be surveying users about overall satisfaction with library services and collections during October. UM students, faculty members and staff will be randomly selected to receive the Web survey, LibQual+. Survey participants will be eligible to win one of four $50 gift certificates to [...]
The University of Montana has a long tradition of school spirit, and one important symbol of that spirit over the years has been the UM mascot – always a bear, but not always that fur-costumed ball of energy we know today as Monte. An exhibit tracing the evolution of UM’s mascot is on display in [...]
Celebrating the Freedom to Read is observed during the last week of September each year. Observed since 1982, the annual event reminds Americans not to take this precious democratic freedom for granted. Banned Books Week is sponsored by the American Booksellers Association, the American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression, the American Library Association (ALA), the [...]