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East Campus Library Newsletter

New resources, events and happenings at the East Campus Library

Upcoming Library & Makerspace Events

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Narrative[Ir]Rationales This month... The Stories We Tell Ourselves and Those Who Shape Them September 22 nd , 10:00AM PCC East Campus Library, Room L

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Did you know that you can stream movies at home for free with your Pima account on Kanopy

This month's highlighted movie is "Residente" in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. Stream it here or click the film poster below. Only current students, staff and faculty can access with their MyPima username and password.

Discover how Rene Perez, AKA RESIDENTE, evolved from struggling art student into the founder of Latin America’s most influential rap group, Calle 13, and became one of Latin America’s most outspoken critics of injustice and corruption. Inspired after mapping out his DNA, RESIDENTE left the group the peak of its success to embark on a new project through Siberia, the Caucasus, China and West Africa in order to trace the footsteps of his ancestors. Music becomes the primary focus, framing each destination and informing every conversation. -Description from Kanopy



Culture Passes

Did you know that East Campus Library has "Culture Passes" available for checkout? Get 2 FREE tickets to local museums and performances! Have questions on how it works? Go to the library LibGuide to read about how the program works or feel free to stop by or call the front desk and ask any questions you may have. (520) - 206 - 7693


New East Campus Study Pods

Need someplace to study at the library?



Library Location & Hours

Address: 8181 E. Irvington Rd., Tucson, AZ
Phone: 520-206-7693
Monday – Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Friday:  8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Saturday: CLOSED
Sunday: CLOSED

Tech Corner hours:

Monday - Thursday:  

10:00am - 2:00pm 

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New in the Library... 

Didn't get to finish your game card for "The Summer Reading Program"?! No worries, the reading program has been extended to September 15th!! So read that last book or binge read to finish a game card, and still claim a prize at the library's front desk & be entered into the Grand Prize drawing.⁠

The Summer Reading Program is available for students, faculty & staff to participate in. Need help deciding what to read? Check out our library display with a large selection of genre's to choose from. Please share with any students you think might be interested. Have questions?! Just ask at any campus Library. Happy Reading!⁠




Check out Pima Community College Library's new Library guide on Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month!

Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated every year from September 15th to October 15th in the United States. This month-long celebration is dedicated to recognizing, appreciating, and honoring the contributions and cultures of Hispanic and Latino Americans to the history, culture, and achievements of the United States.

The celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month starts on September 15th because it marks the anniversary of independence for five Latin American countries - Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua. Additionally, Mexico celebrates its independence on September 16th, and Chile on September 18th. This month-long celebration is filled with various events and activities such as cultural festivals, music and dance performances, lectures and workshops on Hispanic history and culture, and much more.

The Hispanic and Latino population has made significant contributions to the United States in various fields such as art, music, literature, science, education, politics, and business. Hispanic Heritage Month is an excellent opportunity for individuals to learn more about the diverse and vibrant cultures of Hispanic and Latino Americans and to celebrate their contributions to the nation.


Banned Books Bingo!

Banned Books week is rapidly approaching (October 1-7, 2020) and we are starting out early by sharing our awesome Banned Books Bingo, similar to our Summer Banned Books Bingo, but changed up a bit! Read and mark off 5 books in a row or diagonally before the end of the Fall Semester 2023 to win a prize! Stop by the front desk to get your Bingo Game today!


Little Free Library 


We've had a lot of new books added to our Little Free Library! Come in and peruse and finds something good to take and read! We are always accepting new donations for our Little Free Library!

 New Bestsellers

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 New Non-Fiction Books

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 New Young Adult Books

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 New Graphic Novels

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 New Kids Books

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 New DVDs

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