The next meeting of the WRL book club for staff, faculty and alums will be Tuesday, August 20 for a discussion of Carrie Brown’s “Lamb in Love.” Carrie Brown, who is currently distinguished visiting professor at Hollins, will be joining us for the discussion. (see www.authorcarriebrown.com )
Location: Hollins Room (third floor library)
You are welcome to bring a brown bag lunch; drinks and dessert will be provided by the library.
For more information or to rsvp, contact Maryke Barber, Public Services & Arts Librarian, at 540-362-6592 or email@example.com
The library sometimes receives duplicate copies of journal and magazine issues, as well as sample issues of journals we do not subscribe to. We are making these freely available to any member of the campus community to take home. If you’re interested, come by the library’s coffee commons on the first floor by Monday, July 15, to browse the selection and take anything you’d like. Any journals and magazines remaining on July 15 will be recycled.
Odyssey Into The Fantastic
Mystical characters of colour–a kindred–a fantastical odyssey. Women connected by magic and the celestial. Come experience the diversity in The Fantastic. An art show opening on Wednesday, June 26, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., created by MA in Children’s Literature student Alison Clarke. 2nd floor.
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Wednesday June 26 or
Friday July 5
12:15 – 1:15 p.m, in the Instruction Room on the Library’s second floor.
For more information, email Maryke Barber at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 540-362-6592.
Join us at the library Monday evening, June 17, for dessert and music! Meet the summer graduate students and faculty, enjoy dessert and music with Roanoke’s own rockabilly swing band
The Woody Nelsons
8-10 p.m. at the library
Come help us Rock the Stacks!!!
“Lottie Moon (1840-1912): Hollins Alumna, Missionary to China, Activist.”
2012 marked the hundredth anniversary of Lottie Moon’s death. Although she is well known within the Southern Baptist Convention, new scholarship suggests that she played a much larger role in the history of southern women.
The exhibit is located on the 3rd floor of the library, next to the Hollins Room.
Library hours for the summer are posted!