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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 …

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 …

Rising DIV III Work Space

Are you a soon-to-pass Div II worried about your transition to Div III during Hampshire’s financial crisis? Do you need: • help …

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.”