Arabella Buckley, Winners in Life's Race, featured on the Whipple Library Books Blog.
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- Whipple Library news
05 December 2013
Christmas opening hours
The Library will be open as normal until 4.30pm on Friday 20 December, and will then close until 9.15am on Thursday 2 January 2014, when normal vacation opening hours resume (Monday–Friday, 9.15am–5pm). Season's greetings!
28 November 2013
Christmas vacation borrowing
Books borrowed by undergraduates for the Christmas vacation are due back on Tuesday 14 January. Borrowing for all other eligible users carries on through the vacation as normal.
- Online exhibitions
Know thyself: phrenology in the Whipple Library
A selection of books on phrenology from the Whipple Library's collection.