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Library resources

Samantha Higgins April 29, 2015

All of us know about going to the library to print our papers for classes or work with study groups before a big exam. Some students take advantage of additional services, like the CLR tutoring or...

Perfect For Studying

The Charger Bulletin September 17, 2014

By Francesca Fontanez This past summer, the University of New Haven’s Peterson Library underwent some much needed renovations. Once viewed as “outdated” and “drab,” the library is now...

It’s time for the Holidays; wouldn’t you like to know more about them?

The Charger Bulletin December 5, 2013

By Andrea Sicari, Information Literacy Librarian, Marvin K. Peterson Library By now, you probably have noticed the recent chill in the air and the scent of wood burning in fireplaces. And whether you...

The Importance of an Original Court Case for your Research

The Charger Bulletin April 17, 2013

By JOE SCOLLO MARVIN K. PETERSON LIBRARY As the semester is drawing down, we (the librarians at the library information desk) are getting a lot of questions from Criminal Justice and Forensic Science...

Overcrowded, Cramped, and Insufficient Library

The Charger Bulletin April 10, 2013

By HEEJUN KIM LETTER TO THE EDITOR There is a monstrous library building in center of university of New Haven campus which is known as the Marvin K. Peterson Library. The library building has been...

UNH Joins WeatherBug Schools Network to Provide Live, Local Weather Conditions and Enhance Student Education

The Charger Bulletin February 27, 2013

UNH News Story WEST HAVEN, CONN. ---The University of New Haven has joined WeatherBug Schools Program (www.weatherbug.com), the leading provider of consumer and professional weather products and services...

24-Hour Library on the Horizon

Isaak Kifle September 19, 2012

Overlooking the Maxcy quad is the Marvin K. Peterson Library, the library of the University of New Haven. Named after a former president of the university, the library not only serves as an ideal place...

UNH Remembers 9/11

Ana Abraham September 19, 2012

Every year since the nation was changed forever on Sept. 11, 2001, UNH has held a remembrance ceremony to honor not only the lives lost on that day, but also those left behind. This year’s ceremony...

What types of information can you find in books?

The Charger Bulletin April 25, 2012

By ANDREA SICARI MARVIN K. PETERSON LIBRARY At some point in your life you have probably walked into a library and said, "I need a book about ___".  But, did you know that there are different types...

The Hidden Wellington Wang Collection

Brandon T. Bisceglia February 29, 2012

If you’ve ever walked into the Marvin K. Peterson Library at UNH, you’ve probably noticed a set of glass display cases with shelves of strange-looking rocks prominently displayed along one wall....

4G Not Here Yet, Explains UNH Professor

Brandon T. Bisceglia February 15, 2012

We still have a far way to go before we reach a world of 4G technology, Dr. Amir Esmailpour, assistant professor in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science, said during...

10 Good Reasons to Check out the UNH Marvin K. Peterson Library

Diane Spinato January 25, 2012

Welcome Back!  Many of you are already avid users of library resources. But some of you may not be. So, as you begin the Spring 2012 semester, the librarians at the UNH Marvin K.  Peterson library would...

The Library’s Resources From Home

The Charger Bulletin December 7, 2011

As midterms have come to an end, are you one of the many scrambling to get the research for your final papers and/or projects?  Like many of your fellow class mates, statistics show that the majority...

Information for Research Papers – No Google Needed!

The Charger Bulletin November 30, 2011

Imagine a world where Google does not exist; seems crazy doesn’t it? How would anyone possibly get any information, especially information needed to write research papers? But the fact is, if Google...

Friends of the UNH Library: “Hostage Situations in New York City”

Ana Abraham November 16, 2011

Last Tuesday, November 8, a small group gathered in the quiet third floor of the Marvin K. Peterson Library to listen to the latest Friends of the UNH Library speech. Dr. David Schroeder, an assistant...

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