Library and Media Center

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Welcome to Hun's Library and Media Center, the place where our students learn how to be innovative thinkers and develop into compassionate, empathetic, and information-literate global citizens. 

Our library's staff provides individual and group instruction, and a library collection that embraces diversity and inclusion. We bring together student groups for innovative programming, and are an active, collaborative space that fits the needs of a true 21st Century education. 

Everyone is welcome and encouraged to grow socially and intellectually, while experiencing joy.

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Hun Library and Media Center Resources

The resources below are available to all Hun students. For sites requiring a login, students should select the Google Authentication option and use their Hun credentials. Email Mr. Reese with any questions.

Library Search Portal

Our Library Search Portal connects to most library resources, both print and digital.

Library book Catalog

If you're looking for a book, you can find it in the library catalog.

Upper School Research Guides

Upper School students should conduct their research using the above research guide.

Middle School Research Database

Gale's In-Context: Middle School edition is perfect for our Middle School students' needs.

Periodicals and National Resources

New York Times

Students will need to create their Hun account before accessing The New York Times.


Flipster hosts digital magazines, including The Atlantic, Best Colleges, Bloomberg, National Geographic, and many more.


Mackinvia allows you to read eBooks and listen to Audiobooks.

Noodle Tools

Noodle Tools is a reference tool to help with MLA citations.


Read comics online with ComicsPlus.

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Will Reese

Meet Will Reese

Mr. Reese serves as the Library and Media Center director. He earned a M.A in Library and Information Science from Rutgers University. Prior professional experience includes serving as Head Librarian at Saint Peter’s Preparatory School for several years. He is a dedicated comic book fan and enjoys using comic books as a tool for students to explore social issues and literacy. Mr. Reese is a member of the Cultural Competency Committee. 

Need Extra Help?

Students are always welcome to email Mr. Reese to schedule individual research help.