Each August, students say goodbye to the summer and their families as they prepare for the upcoming school year. First there is O-week and the inauguration of the incoming students, and as soon as we know it, our names are being called by the professor in our first class. Starting the new year can be difficult for all of us. Students may be struggling with time management, mental health, or simply being in college. The purpose of this display is to provide resources for students who may be struggling or dealing with a variety of obstacles. Whether you’re facing your first time tutoring, feeling worried about tuition, or looking for support as a minority student, there are books for you. Come by the first floor of the Leatherby Libraries to check out the display. Thank you and have a wonderful year!
A somewhat unusual audience crowded the fourth floor lobby of the Leatherby Libraries Saturday evening, chatting, enjoying refreshments on the terrace, and, most importantly, taking turns making their way through the Frank Mt. Pleasant Library of Special Collections & Archives. The crowd, made up mostly of current and former “scenesters” (people associated with a particular
“What are icons?” you must be thinking, because if you are anything like me, you have never heard of them before. Thanks to the Leatherby Libraries, I am here to inform you! Icons are paintings of religious figures composed on wooden boards or embossed on metal. Through my research on the topic, I discovered that