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Photo Essay: Alumni Reunion at the Library

The campus and the library have changed over the years and so have the students. We hope you enjoy this retrospective of campus spaces and faces! Welcome home, Villanova University alumni!

Old College Steps Students

Students on steps of the old College building (now Alumni Hall) in the 1880s. (Photo courtesy of Villanova University Archives.)

 

Old Villanova College Library Depression Era

Students perusing magazines and newspapers in the Depression-era library once housed in Austin Hall. (Photo courtesy of Villanova University Archives.)

 

Reading Room known as Reference room 1964

Students using the Reference Room in Falvey Hall made good use of the real estate at large study tables in 1964. (Photo courtesy of Villanova University Archives.)

 

JQ graduation photo 1984

Joanne Quinn (far left), Falvey Memorial Library’s Communication team leader, and her now husband, Jeff Quinn (far right), are the “bookends” for this 1984 graduation photo with their friends (from left to right), Nancy Alberici, Len LaBarth, and Jim DeLorenzo. (Photo courtesy of Joanne Quinn, ’84.)

 

KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA

One of the student teams, comprised of graduating seniors and honored as Falvey Scholars in 2009, included Jennie Kotschneff (back, second left), and her team members (front, l. to r.) Kristina Salcedo, Christine Matula, Patricia Abel, (back, l. to r.) Melissa Kay, Meghan Dwyer and Sarah Galvanek (College of Nursing); and their mentor: Marcia Costello, Ph.D., R.D.. Their project was titled “A Population Assessment of Chulucanas, Peru.” (Read more about the Falvey Scholars program on the library blog.)

 

Falvey recent grads 2014

Most of the students in this photo from the Falvey Memorial Library Student Employee Appreciation reception graduated in 2014. We miss them already! (Follow us on Facebook or Twitter to keep up with library happenings!)

 


Photo essay by Luisa Cywinski, editorial coordinator on the Communication & Service Promotion Team and team leader of Access Services.

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