While CUNY Libraries are closed, regular loan books will be renewed automatically. You can check your account by logging into My Account with your CUNY ID (link is under the OneSearch search field) but there is no need to renew books on your own. Contact Us if you see that a loan has not been automatically renewed, or if you have a question about an email you receive regarding your loans. Overdue and recall fines are eliminated for most items.
As Hunter Libraries look to ramp up our in-person services, we will look to student employees to help Hunter students and faculty obtain the information they need for their research and studies. As one of the largest student employers on campus, Hunter Libraries offer opportunities to learn about the variety of information resources and services that libraries provide and to practice communication, helping, and computer skills.
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Today, July 26, 2021, marks the 31st anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) into law. What is the ADA?
It feels like we're constantly under heat and air quality advisories these days. Welcome to the Dog Days of Summer! What an odd expression. Did you ever wonder where it came from?
"What are the 'dog days' of summer?
OneSearch, the main search box on the Libraries' website, is a great place to begin your research. Watch this short video for an introduction to OneSearch Basics and learn about some of the tools and features that can help you find what you need.
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Celebrate National Immigrant Heritage month by learning more about the heritage of fellow students. Search OneSearch for print books and online resources.
Between May 31 and June 1st, 1921, a prosperous African American community in Tulsa, Oklahoma was viciously attacked by a white mob. Hundreds of residents were killed, over a thousand homes were destroyed and successful businesses were obliterated. President Biden visited the area to discuss what happened with survivors and current residents, the first time a president has done so.