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Remembering Marie Roman

Remembering Marie Roman

The Falvey Memorial Library staff recently learned of the passing of Marie Roman, a beloved former Falvey Memorial Library employee, on April 21. Marie retired in 2013, after working as a Resource Management Specialist at Falvey for over 20 years. ...
Examining One of Our Most Vital Resources: Meet Josephine Papotto, 2020 Falvey Scholar

Examining One of Our Most Vital Resources: Meet Josephine Papotto, 2020 Falvey Scholar

By Shawn Proctor This is part 4 of a 6-part series featuring the 2020 Falvey Scholars. Read more about them on the blog and in the upcoming issue of Mosaic, the library’s bi-annual publication. Villanova “Wild Facts” Josephine Papotto ’20 ...
Quarantine Cooking with Kallie: Fruit Muffins featured in the “Chicago Ledger” (1918)

Quarantine Cooking with Kallie: Fruit Muffins featured in the “Chicago Ledger” (1918)

During the fall 2019 semester, Distinctive Collections and Digital Engagement provided free samples of the “St. Augustine” mocktail at their Halloween Open House on Thursday, Oct. 31. The beverage, featured in a Prohibition-era recipe ...
Now Available: Scanning Services

Now Available: Scanning Services

Falvey Library is now offering scanning services for physical library items in our collection. To request a scan from a physical item in Falvey’s collection, submit an ILLiad request here. Patrons may also continue to use the ILLiad service to ...
Join The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for a Conversation Series on Robin DiAngelo’s book “White Fragility”

Join The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for a Conversation Series on Robin DiAngelo’s book “White Fragility”

Part of the Living Race—Transforming Community campaign, the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (ODEI) will be hosting a conversation series during the month of July. The series will focus on Robin DiAngelo’s White Fragility. There are ...
Now Available: Contactless Pickup for Library Items

Now Available: Contactless Pickup for Library Items

  Falvey Memorial Library is now offering contactless pickup for physical library items placed on hold. This both provides patrons access to library items and supports safe social distancing practices. (Note: although pickup can be scheduled ...
New Guide to Finding Film Reviews

New Guide to Finding Film Reviews

By Susan Turkel   Are you taking a film studies class or just looking for a good movie to watch on Friday night? Depending on your interest, come to (virtual) Falvey for help finding a film review or some film criticism! The library has put ...
An Uprising, A Movement: Celebrating the Stonewall Rebellion

An Uprising, A Movement: Celebrating the Stonewall Rebellion

  Fifty-one years ago yesterday, police in New York City raided a bar in Greenwich Village well known for serving LBGTQ+ patrons. As noted by the Library of Congress’s Today in History entry for Stonewall, “ it was illegal to serve alcohol ...
Statement of Support for @BlackVillanova

Statement of Support for @BlackVillanova

  Falvey Memorial Library thanks the BIPOC members of the Villanova community who are sharing their personal experiences through @BlackVillanova. We see you. We hear you. We support you. We are committed to listening, learning, and ...

 


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