To celebrate National Poetry Month, the Holy Cross Libraries are pleased to offer a Campus Poetry Walk as an opportunity for recreation and reconnecting with one another. A map is available at: https://crossworks.holycross.edu/poetry2021/26/
This temporary designated walking route through parts of our beautiful grounds highlights original poetry by Holy Cross students.
It is approximately 1 mile in length.
To enjoy this event virtually, a digital version of the Poetry Walk is available at: crossworks.holycross.edu/poetry2021
An extension of this walk can be found along a nature trail in an undeveloped part of campus off McCarthy Lane (near Figge Hall and the Luth Athletic Complex). It features poems by Louise Imogene Guiney, whose papers are held in the College’s Archives and Special Collections.
Dinand Library and the Science Library will re-open tomorrow, 4/14. Dinand Library will open at 7:45 am, and the Science Library will open at 8:30 am.
Additionally, Dinand Library will open at 6:45 am for course registration on the following dates: Thursday, April 15, Friday, April 16, Monday, April 19, Tuesday, April 20, Thursday, April 22, and Friday April 23.
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Due to the campus closure, Dinand Library will close tonight at 6 pm and will remain closed through Wednesday. The Science Library will also be closed through Wednesday. We will provide electronic delivery of content as needed during this time, as well as continue our online support via reference, instruction, chat, PRS, etc. Students can request scans of items via document delivery. Drive up to Pick up will be restricted to Faculty.
Please note that our electronic databases and resources will be available during this time. If you have any questions or need assistance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Holy Cross Libraries are pleased to host Professor Mark Freeman in the “Authors on the Hill” lecture series.
Join us Wednesday, April 14, at 4:30 pm on Zoom:
Professor Freeman will present his book, “Do I Look at You with Love? Reimagining the Story of Dementia.” (Brill, 2021). Read more information about this book: Do I Look at You with Love flyer
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