Hunter Library will host a free program entitled "The Legacy of a Mountain Man: True Adventures in the Smokies" on Thursday, September 28, at 4:30 p.m. in the Special Collections Reading Room.
The event celebrates the reissue of Samuel Hunnicutt's rare classic, "Twenty Years of Hunting and Fishing in the Great Smoky Mountains," first published in 1926. Attendees who join Friends of Hunter Library or renew a current membership at the event will receive a free copy of the book.
Hunter Library has study rooms for groups and individuals. They can be booked online here.
A library research guide is available for the campus theme! The guide features a list of useful resources for research related to the campus theme, a basic timeline of Cherokee history, a glossary of helpful terminology, and a list of topic ideas for every discipline.
We are refreshing our former media corner to be a Scholars’ Studio—a place for creation, collaboration, and research. We’ve added new seating and white boards and will be adding new technology throughout the year. Microfilm machines, scanners, a printer, and a media sharing station are available in this area now. The DVDs and music are still located on the first floor, just past the reference desk.