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#TBT: Sweet Times at the Oreo

#TBT: Sweet Times at the Oreo

  THROWBACK THURSDAY Check out this throwback to 1991. Students walk on campus with The Awakening statue, or what is now fondly known as the “Oreo,” in the background. The statue has been a well-loved campus landmark since 1985. For more ...

The Curious ‘Cat: Recent Reading Recommendations (Part II)

The Curious ‘Cat: Recent Reading Recommendations (Part II)

This week, the Curious ‘Cat asked Sarah Wingo, Librarian for English Literature, Theatre, and Romance Languages and Literature, about her recent reads:  Book-to-screen adaptation: His Dark Materials by Phillip Pullman Authors who visited ...

Available for proofreading: The Red Cross Girls on the French Firing Line

Available for proofreading: The Red Cross Girls on the French Firing Line

Following last month’s unveiling of The Red Cross Girls in the British Trenches, we have released its sequel into the rounds of the Distributed Proofreaders project. The Red Cross Girls on the French Firing Line is the second entry in the WWI ...

MLA International Bibliography has moved to EBSCO

MLA International Bibliography has moved to EBSCO

On 26 June, 2018, the editor of the MLA International Bibliography (MLAIB) announced to subscribers that beginning this summer EBSCO would be the single vendor for this resource and the accompanying MLA Directory of Periodicals (MLADP). MLA has now ...

Content Roundup – Second Week – July 2019

Content Roundup – Second Week – July 2019

This week’s newly digitized offerings include more Dime Novels, story paper issues, Irish music, and the next minute book from the MacSwiney Club. Dime Novel and Popular Literature Fiction Detective Hardscrabble’s long chase; or, ...

FotoFriday: Transforming the Bard’s Work Into Art

FotoFriday: Transforming the Bard’s Work Into Art

“As a scholar, I recognize the labor and time that goes into the composition of these #books. Each book is a unit of human time. I’m searching for a way to acknowledge what it means for that time to be over.”–Professor Alice Dailey, ...

#TBT: Dorm Days

#TBT: Dorm Days

  THROWBACK THURSDAY As we inch closer to the start of a new academic year, Villanova is beginning to prepare for the busy days to come. Dorm days are on the horizon again as we approach Orientation and Move-In Day in August.  Enjoy this fun ...

The Curious ‘Cat: Recent Reading Recommendations

The Curious ‘Cat: Recent Reading Recommendations

This week, the Curious ‘Cat asked First Year Experience Librarian Rob LeBlanc about his recent reads: Book-to-screen adaptation: Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin Author who visited Villanova: The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History ...

 


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