Here’s your daily dose of library-oriented speed-reads to start your day!
TODAY IN THE LIBRARY…
ICE Center Program Meeting. 10:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. in room 205. Questions? Contact: email@example.com
SAVE THE DATE…
Wednesday, April 22, from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. in Speakers’ Corner. 2015 Open Mic Poetry Reading and Arthology Celebration. Class of 2015 Creative Writing Contestants, other students and members of the University community will share original work and favorite poems, ranging from the humorous to the thought-provoking to the sublime. This event will also feature the release party of Arthology, one of Villanova University’s student art-literary magazines, which will be available to students for free. Whether you have a poem you’d like to share or just want to listen, the Department of English and Falvey Memorial Library invite you to enjoy this entertaining and memorable celebration of poetry.
A Scientific Analysis of Jesus Christ’s suffering and death
A scientific analysis of the suffering and death of Jesus Christ on Holy Thursday and Good Friday has been published in JAMA – The Journal of the American Medical Association, titled, “On the Physical Death of Jesus Christ.” Taking Jesus as a historical figure, William D. Edwards, MD, et al, analyze from a medical perspective circumstances leading up to and including his crucifixion with the intent to present “a medically and historically accurate account of the physical death of the one called Jesus Christ.”
Falvey has this article. It can also be found though a Google search.
SHAMELESS SOCIAL MEDIA PLUG ☺
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NOM NOM NOM!
The Elite Eight of #NomNomNomatology have been chosen! Be sure to vote for the winningest foods in some intensely delicious match-ups right here, or vote in person at the front desk in Falvey!
POEM OF THE DAY
April is Poetry Month. Check in daily for a new poem!
Fireflies by Marilyn Kallet (see more)
In the dry summer field at nightfall,
fireflies rise like sparks.
Imagine the presence of ghosts
flickering, the ghosts of young friends,
your father nearest in the distance.
This time they carry no sorrow,
no remorse, their presence is so light.
Childhood comes to you,
memories of your street in lamplight,
holding those last moments before bed,
with a blossom of the hand
letting them go. Lightness returns,
an airy motion over the ground
you remember from Ring Around the Rosie.
If you stay, the fireflies become fireflies
again, not part of your stories,
as unaware of you as sleep, being
beautiful and quiet all around you.
HAVE A GREAT DAY!
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