Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Life on the Mississippi

A true American classic, Mark Twain’s Life on the Mississippi was originally published in 1883, loosely based on Twain’s adventures as a as a young man working along the mighty Mississippi River, eventually becoming a steamboat pilot.  Part comedy, part travel log, see if you can distinguish fact from tall tale in this book that's stood the the test of time, and has even been adapted for film and musical theater.

The group will meet on Wednesday, December 9, in Room 122.  Bring your lunch!

Books are available in the library, but free ebooks can be found at:

And free audio at:

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Classes, No. Library, Yes!

* UPDATE:  Please note that evening classes which begin after 4 p.m. will still be held at WMCC.

Monday, October 19, 2015


Open Access for All!

You might not know it, but this is Open Access Week.  What is it, and what does it mean to you? Open Access provides free digital access to literature, without, or with limited, restrictions.

Learn more about it here:  Open Access Introduction

Friday, October 16, 2015

Another one down!

And our second puzzle is complete!  This one was a challenging 1500 pieces, and many students, staff, and community members worked on it over the past few months.  A new challenge will be on the table soon!

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Bullying-Free Zone!

White Mountains Community College and the Fortier Library are committed to maintaining an environment free from bullying and harassment.  

If a student feels they have been bullied or treated unfairly on campus, he or she can submit a confidential report to the Behavior Intervention Team by clicking here:  Incident Report, or see a member of the team:  BIT Information and Contacts.

October is National Bullying Prevention Month; visit the library for books and other information to help stop bullying now.