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CCNY Libraries will be closed Wednesday November 24 - Sunday November 27. Regular hours will resume Monday November 28. See all our hours at

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Learn about Philosophy at CCNY and Morris Raphael Cohen in the Cohen Library Atrium!

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Banned Books Week September 18 - 24, 2022


CCNY Libraries is proud to present "Crossroads: Recent Latin American Cinema Festival," which will take place October 6 - November 10, 2022. The Spanish Film Club series was made possible with the support of Pragda, SPAIN arts & culture, and the Secretary of State for Culture of Spain. Thanks also to the support of our local sponsors - The Michael & Irene Ross Program in Jewish Studies, the CCNY LGBTQ+ Student Center, and Media & Communication Arts - and to all faculty members hosting the screenings listed below as well as Jerry Beersdorf, Dean Lon Mendelsohn, Prof. Roy Mittelman, Jasmine Salcedo, Prof. Daisy D. Singh, ​and Prof. Sydney Van Nort. All films will be screened in the Cohen Library Archives Reading Room. All films (with the exception of Even the Rain) will also be available for streaming for one week from the posted date using the login information below. Enjoy!

* Enough with Catcalling * Thursday, October 6, 2022 * 5-7pm * introduced by Dr. Mariana Romo-Carmona

* Guaraní * Wednesday, October 12, 2022 * 6-8pm * introduced by Dr. Jerry Carlson

* Alice Junior * Wednesday, October 19, 2022 * 5-7pm * introduced by Dr. Regina Castro-McGowen & Jake Nill

* The German Neighbor * Tuesday, October 25 & Thursday, October 27, 2022 * 9:30-10:45am * introduced by Dr. Amy Kratka

* Even the Rain * Thursday, November 10, 2022 * 12:30-2:30pm * introduced by Dr. Carlos Riobo


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Art Alumni And Friends In the Archives Together Again! Visit the CCNY Art Alumni / Student Exhibition weekdays 12-5pm in the Cohen Library Archives Reading Room NAC 5/301 through October 7, 2022. Join us for a reception on Thursday, September 15, 2022. Visitors to campus should please register at

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Books are tools for understanding complex issues.

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Don’t have a New York Public Library card? Come to the NAC rotunda from 12:30-2:00pm on the following Thursdays this coming fall when NYPL staff will be giving out cards on campus: September 15, 2022, October 13, 2022, November 17, 2022, and December 1, 2022

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Learn how to find Library of Congress call numbers on the shelves (stacks) with 's tutorial!

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Visit Hiroshi Yamazoe's exhibit "Season of Reunion" Art Galery 6.7.22-7.1.22 11am-5pm. Visitors must register with COVID test/vax info prior to coming to Cohen Library:

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K-12 math videos produced by Stenhouse Publishers are available via the AVON database:

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Please be aware of the Cohen Library's summer 2022 schedule and note that there will be no in-person reference hours. Don't worry, librarians are still here to help: ☀️ 😎 📚

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Reposted from • Happy Pride Month! Celebrate by reading up on LGBTQ+ issues and expanding your q***r education through the library! has free ebooks on a variety of topics. Check out these titles and more through OneSearch. Tag us in all your Pride month reads🌈

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Congratulations to all of our Spring 2022 graduates! Here is a photo of the fifth CCNY president, Frederick B. Robinson, and his son ca. 1927-1938. Robinson was the first CCNY graduate to go on to become president of the college. You never know, maybe we have another CCNY president graduating this week!

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