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Carrel Applications are Open!

It’s that time of the semester…carrel applications are open! The library offers private carrels for students to reserve on a semester-by-semester basis, …

Stress Less Week

Stress Less @ the Library 4/22 – 4/26 Come to the library EVERYDAY next week to find: Baked Goods and Snacks Research …

Archive Your Div III

Attention, all graduating Div III students! We know there’s a lot going on as you finish up your Div III, between holding …

Newsletter Issue III

The third edition of The Harold newsletter is now here to keep you updated on the Library’s goings-on. Check it out below, …

The Harold Issue II

Newsletter Issue II

The second edition of The Harold newsletter is now here to keep you updated on the Library’s goings-on. Check it out below, …

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Stress Less @ the Library!

During the first week of December, the Library and Knowledge Commons will be promoting mental wellness with activities, snacks, and additional study …

Tropical Contrast | Punta Salinas, Puerto Rico — A contrast on the Punta Salinas road, a few miles outside San Juan, Puerto Rico, as the great guns with which the U.S. is fortifying the island pass the humble ox cart of a Puerto Rican “Jibaro” (mountain man). Credit line (ACME) 1-12-40

Getting meta: a museum inside a gallery inside a library

Currently on view in the gallery, Pablo Delano’s conceptual art installation, The Museum of the Old Colony, uses reproduced materials and curatorial approaches familiar from traditional historical and anthropological museums.

Counter Intelligence: Alana Kumbier

Counter Intelligence is a series that introduces the intelligent (get it?) people that provide research help at the InfoBar.  I hate bananas. …

Jennifer King at her farewell reception

Farewell to Jennifer Gunter King

On Tuesday, October 2, we celebrated Jennifer Gunter King and thanked her for her more than six years of wonderful leadership in …

Playing cards from the game Seven Wonders, displayed on a table.

Most often checked out: games!

How many times a game’s been checked out doesn’t always indicate its rank in popularity – after all, we’ve had some longer than we’ve had others — but here’s a list of the games checked out most often!

Head shot of Elan Goldman.

Counter Intelligence: Elan Goldman

Counter Intelligence is a series that introduces the intelligent (get it?) people that provide research help at the InfoBar.  I will, in …