Tag: John E. Robbins Library


The John E. Robbins Library at Brandon University is elevating its support of our community with a new display that brings banned books front and centre.

The library display was put together in partnership with the BU Queer committee and other faculty partners and is part of a sustained response to intellectual freedom challenges in Brandon, Manitoba, Canada, and beyond.

BRANDON – A concert by the popular Brandon University (BU) Big Band, a display in the John E. Robbins Library and an online scavenger hunt are the highlights of Black History Month at BU.
The University is celebrating Black History Month throughout February. The display in the Library showcases books by Black Canadian authors as well as books on prominent Black figures.

Brandon University (BU) is celebrating the approach of Human Rights Day on December 10.
Human Rights Day marks the anniversary of the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The Declaration, signed by the United Nationals General Assembly on December 10, 1948, sets a standard of rights and goals for people and nations around the world.

BRANDON, MB – A collection with more than 10,000 high definition maps is being moved into the John E. Robbins Library at Brandon University (BU), allowing for greater public access.
The John Langton Tyman Map Library contains atlases and topographic maps of Manitoba and Canada, as well as maps from around the world.