Western Carolina University’s Hunter Library will pilot Saturday hours for its Special Collections unit beginning January 21.
The issue of “fake news” has been in the real news a lot recently, and WCU’s Hunter Library has an online research guide to help members of the university community distinguish between the two.
Thanks to funding from the University of North Carolina Press, Western Carolina University’s Hunter Library will reissue the rare regional classic “Twenty Years of Hunting and Fishing in the Great Smokies” by Samuel Hunnicutt, originally published in 1926.
Departments in WCU’s Hunter Library have undergone reorganization following the recent retirement of George Frizzell, who was head of Special Collections for 34 years.
Western Carolina University’s Hunter Library is sponsoring daily tasks through Friday, Oct. 28, to help faculty boost their scholarly profile as part of the library’s celebration of Open Access Week.
Western Carolina University’s Hunter Library will hold its annual book sale Thursday, Oct. 6, inside the main entrance of the library from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Special Collections at Western Carolina University’s Hunter Library recently received a gift of a Cherokee language version of E.B. White’s classic children’s book “Charlotte’s Web.”
The Cashiers Historical Society will partner with Western Carolina University to present the 11th annual Jan Wyatt Symposium, with the topic “Horace Kephart: The Man Behind the Myth” on Thursday, June 9, at the John W. Bardo Fine and Performing Arts Center.
Western Carolina University students who need a quiet place to study for final exams will find Hunter Library open on a 24-hour weekday schedule starting at noon Sunday, April 24.
“Eat this book” may sound like a biblical instruction, but it is also at the heart of one of the activities during Hunter Library’s annual celebration of National Library Week, April 10-16.
A pair of workshops presented by WCU’s Hunter Library will examine how to digitize information and how to use geographic information systems.
David Carr, an author and professor emeritus at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, will give a public talk on libraries and museums and the role they play in people’s lives at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 2, at the Jackson County Public Library in Sylva.
The Cherokee Preservation Foundation awarded $50,000 to Anna Fariello, associate professor with Hunter Library, to continue the library’s Cherokee crafts documentation project.
The six members of Hunter Library’s Leisure Reading Group wear two hats: one for their jobs in cataloging, reference and collection development and resource management; another for their behind-the-scenes work choosing the horror, suspense/thrillers, contemporary fiction, nonfiction, sci-fi, romance and graphic novels for the library’s small but treasured collection of pleasure reads.