Thursday, March 27, 2014

New Puzzle in the Southwest Lounge

Need a mental break from studying or an indoor reprieve from the snowy springtime weather?  Head to the Vera Bracken Library's Southwest Lounge and spend some time assembling our newest 1000 piece puzzle of best selling book covers!


Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Crafts at the Brooks Campus Library: Mar 26 & 27

Visit the Brooks Campus Library during the afternoon of Wednesday, March 26 and Thursday, March 27 to help celebrate National Craft Month! 

Library staff will be helping participants make T-shirt scarves on Wednesday and flower pins on Thursday.  There is a cost of $3 for each craft.



Thursday, March 13, 2014

Jaspreet Pandher: Good Food Box Draw Winner

Congratulations to Jaspreet Pandher - winner of Library Services' Good Food Box draw!

Did you know that staff members at the Vera Bracken Library coordinate distribution of produce for the Medicine Hat Good Food Club?

Medicine Hat College students, staff, and faculty are eligible to join the Good Food Club program which allows members to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables at low prices through the power of bulk buying.

For more information about the Good Food Club program, click here.

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Author Reading: Barbara D. Janusz - March 18

MHC Library Services, in partnership with the Division of Arts, is hosting an author reading on Tuesday March 18, 2014 at 6:30 p.m in the Southwest Lounge. This event is open to everyone and refreshments will be provided.

The author, Barbara D. Janusz, will be presenting her work, talking about the writing and publishing process, and answering questions.  Mirrored in the Caves is her first novel, published by York University.

About the author:
Barbara D. Janusz is a mother, an environmentalist, a lawyer, poet and an educator. Born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta, she has also lived on the west coast of British Columbia, in Calgary, in Paris, France, and in La Paz, BCS, Mexico. A contributing writer forEnviroLine: The Business Publication for the Environmental Industry, she has published poetry, short stories, editorials, and essays in various other magazines, literary journals, newspapers and anthologies across Canada. Barbara Janusz lives in Crowsnest Pass, Alberta, with her partner, Garry, and son, Olek. Mirrored in the Caves is her debut novel.

Friday, March 07, 2014

The Happy Movie: March 20 @ 11am

In recognition of the International Day of Happiness, the MHC Human Rights Public Awareness committee will be holding a free screening of The Happy Movie. 


This film will shown on March 20, from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. in the B-wing hallway across from the washrooms.  A draw for a free copy of the film will also be held.

Tuesday, March 04, 2014

David Humphrey: March User of the Month

David Humphrey
Student - Business Administration Mount Royal University Degree

As I look back over the past 4 years, I can recall many of the highlights of my college career.

I earned a diploma in business administration, I got to be a part of MHC’s first Enactus club and I even got to meet Alberta’s education minister. But those, and many other accomplishments, pale in comparison to the pride I feel at having finally achieved my most sought-after and prestigious goal: the Medicine Hat College Library’s User of the Month.

Ever since I first came to MHC and saw the placards displaying the names of those dedicated individuals, I knew that my name would eventually be among them.  As I began utilizing the available services like such as the helpful folks at the information desk, the private study room and the comfy area in the back with the fireplace, I knew I had to be getting closer.

As Enactus MHC has grown we’ve needed meeting space and other resources to get organized. The computers and private study rooms are just some of the services that have helped us along the way.

As my Facebook status announcing my accomplishment stated: I couldn’t have got where I am today if not for the staff at the Medicine Hat College Library. Take THAT, grade four teacher! Looks like the trouble maker from the second row DID amount to something!