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Deborah Joy Corey – Reading, Signing And Reception For Settling Twice

University of New Brunswick (UNB) Archives & Special Collections is honoured to be the repository for Deborah Joy Corey’s archival collection, which currently consists of material from her award-winning first novel, Losing Eddie, and will expand, as Corey has agreed to contribute all of her archival papers to UNB!

Milham Lecture And Reception – Oct. 27th

Junior Gleaners and Beaver Books:
The colourful children’s books of Fredericton’s Brunswick Press in the 1950s and 60s

An illustrated talk with accompanying exhibition


130th Anniversary Of Women At UNB

On June 24, 1886, Mary K. Tibbits became the first woman to be admitted to study Arts at UNB.  She had passed the matriculation examination and acquired legal assurance that she was a “person” and therefore eligible to enroll at UNB, but was initially denied admission.  UNB was threatened with curtailment of provincial funding unless the Senate reconsidered its position, which it finally did.

Popular Reading Collections


The Popular Reading Collections at UNB Libraries in Fredericton and Saint John have been proving, well, popular. We highly recommend reading for pleasure and relaxation and invite you to visit one of our library locations to stock up on great books.