Library News (Chicago)


Library Week

April 4th-8th is National Library Week. The library will be celebrating by having a “pop-up library” cart in different locations on campus each day. The first two students to find us may receive a prize. On Friday, students who visit the library can enjoy a donut and coffee as they study in the library space.

Easter Adjusted Hours

The library will be closed for Good Friday, Holy Saturday and Easter Sunday. The library will be open for regular hours before and after these days. Please see our Lent LibGuide for resources for Easter.

Extended Hours Last Two Weeks of Class

The library will be open for extended hours the last two weeks of class before finals. Please see the library calendar for more information about our hours for these weeks.

Study Break

Stressed about finals? Check the library’s Instagram, @moodylibrary, to gain more information about some stress relieving activities the library will be offering the week leading up to finals.

Closed for Convocation

Moody’s library will be closed for convocation on May 14th. Congratulations to all of our hard-working seniors and graduate students!

New Databases

Moody Library has subscribed to 3 new databases from ABC-CLIO, including The Latino American Experience, which is the first database dedicated to the history and culture of the largest, fastest-growing minority group in the United States. All four include primary sources as well as reference articles from expert authors.

Latino American Experience
Explores the growing national identity that includes Mexicans, Puerto Ricans, Guatemalans, Cubans, Dominicans, Columbians, Ecuadorians, and other Latino peoples in the U.S. through the voices of Latino authors and contributors.

American Indian Experience
Includes both the historical and contemporary practices of more than 150 Native American tribes across North America with more than 2,000 primary and secondary sources.

Modern Genocide: Understanding Causes and Consequences
Primary and secondary sources on 10 genocides. Includes discussions of human and civil rights issues via memoirs, narratives, and legal documents exploring the impact of genocide on individuals and societies.


Mon - Th:  7:30am - Midnight
Fridays:  7:30am - 11pm
Saturdays:  9am - Midnight
Sundays:  6pm - Midnight

Full Library Calendar

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