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Mystery date with a book available at Leddy Library

Mystery date with a book display showing wrapped books with Paris themed dinner table.
No “swiping right” this Valentine’s Day: go to Leddy Library to be set up on a mystery date with a book!
The Leddy team has carefully selected and wrapped eligible books that are waiting patiently for their special readers. The identity of the book won’t be revealed until the book has been checked out and unwrapped.
You can find your "mystery date" on the main floor of the Leddy Library from Feb. 6 to 17 while supplies last.
Take a chance… maybe you’ll meet your next favourite book.

Leddy Library used book sale returns

Leddy Library Book Sale, Nov. 14-25, everything is $1
Calling all book lovers: The Leddy Library used book sale is back!

Starting Monday, Nov. 14, the library will sell used books and materials at bargain prices — all items are $1.

The book sale will be set up across from the information desk on the first floor of Leddy's main building.

The sale will continue through Nov. 25 during the library’s working hours. Proceeds will support the library’s Student Appreciation Day activities.


Leddy adds rooms dedicated to student wellness

Students enjoy the new wellness room at Leddy Library
The Leddy Library surprised students this month with three new spaces designed to enhance their wellness.

These spaces have been designated as “wellness rooms”: two in the main building on the second and third floors, and one in the west building on the third floor. Each room is equipped with dimmable lighting and cozy furniture to help students relax.

While the renovations have just wrapped up, it didn’t take long for students to find them.


Math students gain experience through the Academic Data Centre

Stats grad student Ke Xiao calls working with the Academic Data Centre an “incredibly special experience.”

Researchers had extra support at the Academic Data Centre in the Winter 2022 semester thanks to mathematics and statistics students. Nine students enrolled in the statistical consulting courses had the opportunity to assist in the centre to hone their skills and gain valuable hands-on experience.

The venture is part of a growing collaboration between the centre and the Department of Mathematics and Statistics that allows students at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctorate levels to apply their course learning to real scientific statistical analysis projects.


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