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Reading about LGBT+ lives in February and beyond...
As LGBT+ History Month comes to an end, we want to highlight some of the books chosen by the City community to celebrate and honour LGBT+ lives. (More)
Celebrating LGBT+ History Month
February is when we celebrate the LGBT+ History Month, to coincide with the abolition of Section 28 in the UK. Although we're currently living (More)
10 CityLibrary hacks for new students
Planning on venturing into the Northampton Square Library for the first time? Here are 10 hush-hush hacks only those in-the-know know.... (1) There’s a lift from the main entrance direct to Level 2 City Research Online For January we thought we'd share Samantha's nomination for City Researc (More)
Library Staff Love #4: Bins
Garbage. Dumpster. Trash can. The humble dustbin comes in a variety of forms and synonyms, none more exciting than the dazzling array of new multi-purpose bins we have across all the Library sites. Simon B in particular is a big fan of our new bin (More)
Happy International Women's Day: A tribute to Marie Curie (1867 - 1934)
  Marie Curie, who was famous for her discovery of the radioactive element for cancer treatment, was in my opinion one of the greatest women in world history.  She is (More)
Library Staff Love #5: Naxos
With Easter approaching, what better way to enjoy the bank holiday weekend than taking time out to visit the beautiful Gr (More)
Library Staff Love #6: BoB
When you think of Bob, do you think of: Bob the Bui (More)
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