Peek at the Week: Nov. 21-25
Quote of the Week:
“There’s nothing half so pleasant as coming home again,” –Margaret Elizabeth Sangster
Bring sweaters back with you! Being cold is a good way to ensure the only thing on your mind is “wow I am very cold.” As a North Carolina native familiar only with temperatures over fifty degrees, I am already feeling this and have made a list of sweaters I am bringing back with me: Kanye, Cape Cod, Disney, and Ghost Busters.
Save the date:
Monday, November 30th
-Classes begin again (and for the final stint of the semester, you go Wildcat!)
I’m sure y’all (slowly recollecting my southern-ness) are not as diligent in your library blog checking this close to vacation, so I’ll keep it brief: Have a wonderful time catching up with whoever you will be catching up with. With the season of rain and elections and fluctuating gas prices, enjoy whatever you do this week without the consistent (yet, still, fascinating and relevant) pressure of coursework. Say hi to your relatives (even the ones you don’t really like), and eat too much food
We [Falvey Memorial Library] will be here to help you sort out finals when you get back.
In this difficult time we at Falvey Library want to remind students that Safe Zone volunteers offer a place that any student can come to seek solace or refuge. No appointment necessary. No questions asked.
Many Safe Zone Volunteers at Falvey will have the Safe Zone logo posted on their office door, but you can also access a full alphabetical Listing of Safe Zone Volunteers/Locations here
This is a list of Safe Zone Volunteers at Falvey:
Robin Bowles, Second Floor Office 220, firstname.lastname@example.org
Luisa Cywinski, First Floor Access Services, email@example.com
Nikolaus Fogle, Second Floor Office 227, firstname.lastname@example.org
Millicent Gaskell, Old Falvey Admin Office, email@example.com
Mary Beth Simmons, Second Floor Writing Center 202, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah Wingo, Second Floor Office 223, email@example.com
#FalveyPeek at the Week provided by Hunter Vay Houtzer, a graduate assistant on the Communications and Marketing Team at the Falvey Memorial Library. She is working toward an MA in Communication at Villanova University, and on being less afraid of D.C. traffic . Send your thoughts/suggestions to Hunter at #falveypeek. See you next Monday for more!
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