Did you know that you can now get your movie fix for free? Last semester, the Hunt Library premiered its DVD rental program, which allows Carnegie Mellon students to check out movies just by flashing their valid University IDs.
The DVD collection was funded by a gift from alumna Virginia Wright Schatz (Music, 1943) and is comprised of popular titles selected by students. You can search for specific movies on the Library's Cameo program (by choosing a "Complex Search" and Item Type "Recreational DVDs"), or you can browse the stacks in the Hunt Library's Lower Level. Titles include perennial favorites like "A Christmas Story," modern classics like "Schindler's List," and even newer releases like "Kill Bill, Vol. I."
Rentals last three days, and students are only charged if they fail to return the movies on time. The overdue "recall" fines are fifty cents per day. For cash-strapped students, prices like these really knock the competition's block off.
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