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Introducing Falvey’s Newspapers & Magazines Research Guide

Introducing Falvey’s Newspapers & Magazines Research Guide

By Jutta Seibert Newspapers and magazines are popular primary sources for good reasons: many of them have been digitized, they cover most topics and events, and they are continuously published over many years. Compared to other primary sources, ...
Distinctive Collections’ Eerie Exhibit: Halloween Selfie Stations

Distinctive Collections’ Eerie Exhibit: Halloween Selfie Stations

Happy Halloween, Wildcats! This week, stop by Falvey Memorial Library’s Speakers’ Corner to check out an eerie exhibit! Visit the selfie station backdrops to snap a spooky photo. The selfie station features large backdrop images from the ...
Equipment Loans? Falvey has You Covered!

Equipment Loans? Falvey has You Covered!

Did you forget your calculator on the way to your big math test? Laptop charge dwindling down when you need it most? No worries! Falvey maintains a variety of technology equipment for the use of our patrons, including laptops, calculators, laptop ...
Peek at the Week: October 25

Peek at the Week: October 25

Word of the Week: berserk  We’re back with more spooky vocabulary! Maybe you’ve heard this word before, but do you know its origin? When someone goes berserk, they become crazy, deranged, overtaken by a violent destructive frenzy. Think ...
eBook available: Cliquot

eBook available: Cliquot

The latest Project Gutenberg release from our collections (courtesy of the Distributed Proofreaders project) is Kate Lee Ferguson‘s Cliquot, a novel focusing on the romantic life of a Southern man whose future depends on the success of a ...
Weekend Recs: NFL Football

Weekend Recs: NFL Football

Happy Friday, Wildcats! After a year off, Falvey Memorial Library is bringing back Weekend Recs, a blog dedicated to filling you in on what to read, listen to, and watch over the weekend. Jenna, a graduate assistant from the Communication, ...
Homecoming Traditions

Homecoming Traditions

Homecoming got its start on college campuses as a fall celebration of the first football game of the season, for which alumni would return to their alma maters. For Villanova, in particular, originated as an annual homecoming known as Alumni Day, ...
Remembering Ray Heitzmann, PhD

Remembering Ray Heitzmann, PhD

  “Professor, coach, academic adviser, and all-around Wildcats booster,” Dr. Ray Heitzmann, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Education and Counseling at Villanova, passed away on July 11, 2020. Author of more than 50, ...
Cat in the Stax: What’s Scarier than Halloween?

Cat in the Stax: What’s Scarier than Halloween?

By Ethan Shea Halloween is about confronting our biggest fears. Usually this means coming face to face with a killer clown, giant spider, or blood-thirsty vampire, but in this week’s “Cat in the Stax,” I want to talk about ...

 


Last Modified: December 22, 2015