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Hispanic Heritage Month Book List

Hispanic Heritage Month Book List

By Jenna Newman Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated each year from Sept. 15 through Oct. 15 and serves as a way to intentionally celebrate the culture and contributions of Latinx and Hispanic communities worldwide. The observation began as ...
Global Smackdown Wrap-Up: Iran

Global Smackdown Wrap-Up: Iran

“ also has to do with the UN Security Council and the shifting power dynamics within the UN Security Council.” This week Dr. Tim Horner takes the time to talk about Iran and the Iran nuclear deal. The recent developments from the UN general ...
#TBT: Coca-Cola Then & Now

#TBT: Coca-Cola Then & Now

                      Many brands have held a place in the media for decades, one of those being Coca-Cola. Take a minute to look at the evolution of Coca-Cola ads over the years. The Grover ...
PAWS FOR A BREAK WITH FALVEY LIBRARY: VIRTUAL PET VISIT

PAWS FOR A BREAK WITH FALVEY LIBRARY: VIRTUAL PET VISIT

Hey, Wildcats! We’ll be offering one more virtual pet visit this semester for some fun stress relief. Take a break, press “paws,” and join us via Zoom. You’ll have a chance to meet Max and Nova on Tuesday, Oct. 6, from 12-12:30 p.m. Join ...
Trial access to the Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism

Trial access to the Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism

By Jutta Seibert Students and scholars interested in the modernist era will welcome the chance to take a closer look at The Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism (REM) in the coming weeks. Trial access will be available until October 23 through the ...
Freedom To Read: Celebrate Banned Book Week with These “Most Challenged” Books From Falvey Memorial Library

Freedom To Read: Celebrate Banned Book Week with These “Most Challenged” Books From Falvey Memorial Library

Banned Books Week commenced yesterday! Beginning in the early 1980s, the annual event, celebrated the last week of September, spotlights “current and historical attempts to censor books in libraries and schools.” Show your support for& ...
Caturday: Fall Vibes on the Old Falvey “Catio”

Caturday: Fall Vibes on the Old Falvey “Catio”

                                      You love us! You really, really love us! When asking students about their favorite outdoor locations, the ...
Content Roundup – Fourth Week – September 2020

Content Roundup – Fourth Week – September 2020

This week we again offer newly digitized materials as well as additional content digitized in the spring! Especially noteworthy are digitized negatives from Junior Week, more Dime Novels and Story Paper issues, and issues of the Suburban (Wayne ...
Back By Popular Demand: KIC Scanner Now Available for Use at Falvey’s Front Desk

Back By Popular Demand: KIC Scanner Now Available for Use at Falvey’s Front Desk

Falvey Library patrons can now scan and email/save/print their scanned images. Ensuring CDC Guidelines are being followed, Luisa Cywinski, Director of Access Services, announced the return of this essential service for Villanova students, staff, ...

 


Last Modified: December 22, 2015