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The Harold: News and events from the Harold F. Johnson Library and Knowledge Commons

Welcome Back!!

The Library and Knowledge Commons welcomes all new and returning students!   Come visit us in the library and check out our new …

Stress Less with Library Staff!

Stress Less with Library Staff! This Stress Less season, we asked Library Staff what they like to turn to when they’re feeling …

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American Archives Month

American Archives Month: Hi! My name is Emily Moran. I’m the Archive Alumni Fellow here at Hampshire and this is my first …

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Today’s poem

Today’s poem on the Academy of American Poets features Hampshire’s own Nathan McClain!    Professor McClain is a visiting assistant professor of creative …

Newsletter Issue IV

The Harold is back with its fourth edition to keep you updated on everything related to the Library and KC. Find it …

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 …

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Studio G.’s Cyclorama

Studio G., named in honor of beloved long-time staffer John Gunther, houses our  “GreenScreen Cyclorama.” Some folks may be familiar with the term “cyclorama” as a mechanism used to create a “seamless” backdrop, also sometimes referred to as an “infinity wall.”