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The Curious ‘Cat: What could the Library do to celebrate Villanova’s academic champions?

  • Posted by: Gerald Dierkes
  • Posted Date: April 11, 2016
  • Filed Under: Library News

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This week, the Curious ‘Cat asks Villanova students, “What could the Library do to celebrate Villanova’s academic champions?

RS11795_DSC_0313-scrAshley Scanlan—“Have a celebratory event for students who have made the dean’s list.”

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Gavin Fidanza—“There could be pictures of the players around. I don’t see posters of the guys in normal life; all you see are them playing basketball. So maybe more pictures and posters of them doing student stuff.”

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Nicole Feeley—“Hold an event in the Library that has different food options and games and things people can interact with … in the Library. So hosting an event; that’s what I would say.”

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Neil Patel—“Maybe put things up, more visuals. Like that wall [above the new-book display] is a little empty. Put visuals of people there and little blurbs about them … ’cause there’s space and that wall’s kind of empty. Utilize that: put up pictures and blurbs … so if you’re sitting here studying and look up and ‘Oh, I notice that’ and you read it. Something small but it catches your eye.”

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Julia Vanzelli—“You could put together a report showcasing the students who get outstanding scholarships or achievements in academia; for example, students who earned Fulbright scholarships. [You could also] have an award for the athletes with the highest GPA.”

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Kyungmin Do —“First of all, I really like the non-closing area of the Library, which helps me to study more when I have tests or essays. I’m also writing a research paper and I use Falvey’s search program, which is really convenient to use.”


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