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Last Updated: Nov 20, 2014 URL: Print Guide

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New Resources

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War of the Whales - Joshua Horwitz
Call Number: Elkhorn SF 459 H8.42 2014 (On Display)
"Tells the true story of how Joel Reynolds...stumbled upon one of the US Navy's best-kept secrets: a submarine surveillance system that floods entire ocean basins with high-intensity sound."

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To the end of June: the intimate life of American foster care
Call Number: Kenosha HV 881 B4.193 2013 (On Display)

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Should Junk Food Be Sold in Schools?
Call Number: Racine LB 3479 U6 S5.6 2014 (On Display)


Celebrate International Education Week - Nov. 17-21, 2014

Do you need country information?

Try Global Road Warrior, the  library database offering reports on 175 nations and territories. Cultural reports cover everything from childhood, dating, marriage, holidays, foods, superstitions, and time.  Business topics include greetings, gift-giving, ethics, decision-making, and business etiquette.  This cross-cultural database of  articles, maps, and photos has what you need for international travel and trade.   APA and MLA citations are included.  

Enjoy world cuisines by exploring the international cookbooks available from the Racine Campus Library. The books can be transferred to the campus library convenient for you.  


Search Everything (Books, Videos, AND Articles)

Introducing Gateway's new SuperSearch that allows you to search multiple databases at the same time as our own online catalog.


Library Hours-Fall Term (September 2 - December 13, 2014)


Monday-Thursday:   7:45am-8:30pm

Friday:                        7:45am-4:00pm

Saturday:                   9:00am-12:00pm


Monday-Thursday:   8:00am-8:00pm

Friday:                        8:00am-4:00pm

The libraries will be closed on September 24
and November 27-29.


Thanksgiving Break

The Gateway Libraries will be closed for Thanksgiving Break from 
Thursday, November 27 to Saturday, November 29.

We will reopen on Monday, December 1.


Semester Break (December 15, 2014 - January 9, 2015


Monday-Friday:   8:00am-4:00pm

The libraries will be closed for the holiday break from
Monday, December 22 - Friday, January 2

We will reopen on Monday,  January 5


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Need Help Or Have a Suggestion?

Click HERE to send the Gateway librarians your questions or suggestions.

 If you need immediate assistance, please call one of the campus libraries:

Elkhorn - (262) 741-8042     Email:

Kenosha - (262) 564-2786    Email:

Racine - (262) 619-6220  Email:


Leisure Reading Suggestions

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The Bone Clocks - David Mitchell
Call Number: Elkhorn Leisure Reading (On Display)
"An eloquent conjurer of interconnected tales, a genre-bending daredevil, and a master prose stylist. David Mitchell has become one of the leading literary voices of his generation. His hypnotic new novel...crackles with invention and wit--it is fiction at its most spellbinding and memorable."

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The Goldfinch
Call Number: Kenosha Leisure Reading
"The Goldfinch is a haunted odyssey through present-day America, and a drama of almost unbearable acuity and power. It is a story of loss and obsession, survival and self-invention, and the enormous power of art."

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The Bookman's Tale - Charlie Lovett
Call Number: Racine Leisure Reading (On Display)
After the death of his wife, Peter Byerly, a young antiquarian bookseller, relocates from the States to the English countryside, where he hopes to rediscover the joys of life through his passion for collecting and restoring rare books. But when he opens an eighteenth-century study on Shakespeare forgeries, he is shocked to find a Victorian portrait strikingly similar to his wife tumble out of its pages, and becomes obsessed with tracking down its origins. As he follows the trail back to the nineteenth century and then to Shakespeare's time, Peter learns the truth about his own past and unearths a book that might prove that Shakespeare was indeed the author of all his plays.


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