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Celebrate Pride Month with the Harold L. Drimmer Library! Explore our Pride collection of LGBTQIA+ films, books, and graphic novels.

Learn more about the transformative economics of hip-hop from the film Rhyme Pays: Hip-Hop and the Marketing of Cool 

NoodleTools is your research BFF. Generate citations. Import citations from databases. Format your works cited or references page. In-text citations.

Create your 'free' account at https:/my.noodletools.com. Click on Register. After clicking Register, ask a librarian for the username and password for registration and then create an account.  Once you have created an account check out the Library's tutorials on using Noodletools 

It's okay to not be okay. Contact information for WCC mental health services. Links to WCC Library collections on mental health.

Going to college is a big step, and big steps come with excitement, the unknown, and, usually, a healthy amount of stress. That’s not only OK, but also to be expected. Check out the National Alliance on Mental Illness's guide designed by—and for—students just like you. And explore books, audiobooks, ebooks, articles on wellness and mental health topics in the Harold L. Drimmer Library collections including our Libby Mental Health month collection

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Featured Books

Lamya H, Hijab Butch Blues (ebook)

2024 recipient of the Stonewall Book Awards – Israel Fishman Non-Fiction Award

Jayne Anne Phillips, Night Watch

Pulitzer Prize Winner 

Fuschia Dunlop, Invitation to a Banquet: the story of Chinese food

Nominated for the Nach Waxman Prize For Food and Beverage Scholarship

Hampton Sides, The Wide Wide Sea: Imperial Ambition, First Contact and the Fateful Final Voyage of Captain James Cook

* NAMED A BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR SO FAR FOR 2024 BY THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW * 

James Ijames, Fat Ham

Winner of the 2022 Pulitzer Prize for Drama

Christian Cooper, Better Living Through Birding: notes from a Black man in the natural world

Washington Post and Chicago Public Library Best Book of the Year • Longlisted for the Andrew Carnegie Medal

Madhumita Murgia, Code Dependent: Living in the Shadow of AI (audiobook)

Shortlisted for the Women's Prize for Non-Fiction

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