QUOTE OF THE WEEK
In Othello, Shakespeare wrote, “Our bodies are gardens, to which our wills are our gardeners.”
Happy Labor Day, Wildcats! By going to Villanova and furthering our education, we are all tending to our gardens. We have the immense potential to better ourselves in the process, but a garden that is over-watered or overworked will wilt.
Take a break this Labor Day. Do something that makes you happy. It might just make your garden bloom.
THIS WEEK AT FALVEY
Tuesday, September 6th to Thursday, September 8th
The Learners’ Studio/Center for Speaking and Presentation | 4:00-9:00pm | Room 301 | Free
Friday, September 9th
Villanova Gaming Society Meeting | 2:30-4:30pm | Speakers’ Corner | Free & Open to the Public
Check back next week for more awesome Falvey Library events and exhibits!
HOLIDAYS THIS WEEK
Today is Labor Day, as you likely know, but there also are some other fun holidays coming up this week.
Tomorrow, September 6th, you can cross off a book from your reading list by celebrating National Read a Book Day. Whether it’s one of your favorite re-reads, a recommendation from a friend, or a new novel you’ve been dying to start, this Tuesday is a perfect day to crack open a book and read (But we might be a little biased at Falvey).
If you’re more of a numbers person, this Friday, September 9th is International Sudoku Day. So, find a newspaper, grab a puzzle book, or open your app and play some Sudoku.
Friday is also International Box Wine Day. If you’re 21 or older, buy some Franzia to celebrate and (responsibly) enjoy the weekend.
Annie Stockmal is a graduate student in the Communication Department and graduate assistant in Falvey Memorial Library.