This Library news page includes headlines, summaries, and article citations about library and libraries news from diverse, English-language news sources around the world.
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- Car crashes through wall into Hythe library
Firefighters tunnel through debris to reach the car's occupants after the crash at Hythe Library
BBC News. Sunday, 17 Oct 2021.
- NYC student stabbed multiple times in high school library
A New York City high school student was stabbed three times Thursday during an altercation, authorities said.
Fox News. Friday, 8 Oct 2021.
- Best Nintendo Switch headsets 2021: The best headphones for Switch gaming
The Nintendo Switch continues to amaze us years after its launch - it's a console and a portable all in one, and already has a library
that contains some
Pocket Lint. Thursday, 7 Oct 2021.
- New York Public Library to eliminate all late fees
The largest public library
system in the US is putting an end to late fees.
BBC News. Wednesday, 6 Oct 2021.
- The Fight to Ban Books
Critical race theory battles hit libraries
New York Times. Wednesday, 6 Oct 2021.
- White student at a Maine high school stages walkout after her anti-racist art was taken from library
A Maine student's anti-racist art work, was put back on display after the artist, York High School senior Claudia Corcoran, staged a school-wide walkout last Wednesday
Daily Mail. Wednesday, 6 Oct 2021.
- Nikki Haley blasts Afghanistan withdrawal, 'our national self-loathing' in Reagan Library speech
Nikki Haley, former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, said President Biden’s botched withdrawal from Afghanistan has thrust the U.S. ...
Washington Times. Tuesday, 5 Oct 2021.
- New York Public Library Will Permanently Cancel Late Fees: 'The Time is Now'
The organization has been waiving late fees since March 2020.
Entrepreneur. Tuesday, 5 Oct 2021.
- NYC public libraries to end fines on overdue books
"Eliminating late fines means providing truly equitable access to everything the library
has to offer," one top official said.
CBS News. Tuesday, 5 Oct 2021.
- Nikki Haley, in Reagan Library speech, to say Democrats 'don't even believe in America'
Former Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley is expected to slam Democrats in a speech at the Reagan Library
Tuesday night, saying they "don't even believe in America."
Fox News. Tuesday, 5 Oct 2021.
- How to use student ID cards with Apple Wallet on iPhone or Apple Watch
College students in the US can't survive without their student ID cards.They need them to access their dorms, classrooms, and buildings like the library
Pocket Lint. Tuesday, 5 Oct 2021.
- Parents Concerned Over Sexually Graphic Books Found In Kansas Middle School Class Library
'Children being groomed for an over sexualized world'
Daily Caller. Monday, 4 Oct 2021.
- Pres. Barack Obama, Michelle Obama attend presidential library groundbreaking in Chicago
The Obamas attended a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday at the future site of the Obama Presidential Center.
ABC News. Saturday, 2 Oct 2021.
- Chicago high school students reflect on introducing Obamas at new library groundbreaking
Chicago high school students reflected on introducing the Obamas at the groundbreaking of Obama Presidential Center.
ABC News. Thursday, 30 Sep 2021.
- How photos were retouched in the Victorian era
Excerpts from the tenth volume of the Complete Self-Instructing Library
of Practical Photography have resurfaced online after it was published in 1909.
Daily Mail. Wednesday, 29 Sep 2021.
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