It’s not too early to start booking your study rooms in the Library for final exams (December 13 – 20). The earlier you book, the better choices of rooms and times available for your group. Just remember The Rule of 3: No less than 3 students for a reservation / No more than 3 hours per day / No more than 6 hours per week. For Study Room reservations and more information, please click here: Study Room Reservations
Calling all knitters and crocheters- and those who want to learn!
The library is collecting handmade hats for preemies and newborns with congenital heart defects in partnership with the American Heart Association. We are collecting hats now through Tuesday December 18th.
We are happy to give you a crash course in knitting or crocheting, and we have some supplies for anyone who needs help getting started, though supplies are limited.
Don’t forget to join the Stitch2Gether Ravelry group to share patterns and ideas!
Here are some patterns to get you started:
- Crochet Baby Hat Pattern
- Crochet Preemie Hat Pattern
- Knitted Baby Hat Pattern
- Knitted Hat Pattern 2
- Knitted Preemie Hat Pattern
- Knit Baby Bear Hat Pattern
- Cotton or acrylic
- Medium to heavy weight
- Machine washable and dryable
Simple hat patterns only, please. Extraneous bows and buttons can come off the hats and pose a safety hazard for the little ones.
See Maura or Allison in the library for additional information!
Two of the biggest Broadway sensations – ‘Dear Evan Hanson’ (Nov. 2016) and ‘Be More Chill’ (March 2019) – are now available at our Library. If you’ve seen the musical, you will want to read the book – and if you read the book, you’ll run to see the musical!
‘Dear Evan Hanson’ is penned by original playwrights Benj Pasek and Justin Pau, who transfer their Tony Award winning musical about the emotional ups and downs in families, high school and relationships into this new ‘must-read’ novel.
Ned Vizzini is the writer behind ‘Be More Chill’, which follows the high school days of self-described ‘dork’ Jeremy Heere who swallows “the squip” one day, which transforms Jeremy ‘from geek to the coolest guy in class’. The novel (written in 2004) has become a an off-Broadway musical sensation, and transfers to Broadway in March 2019. Sure to be a Tony winner in 2019!
Stop by the library throughout the month of November to check out the featured art exhibition “Kafka Komix” by Professor Martha Kuhlman.
All are welcome to join Professor Kuhlman in a discussion about her project on Friday, November 16th at 1pm at the Bryant University Creative Arts Studio (M36).
(Images provided by Professor Kuhlman)
Has this chilly Autumn weather put you in the mood to do some hearty cooking and delicious baking ? Have we got the books for you! The #1 best seller “The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Come and Get It!” by Food Network’s Bree Drummond is filled with tempting recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinners. For desserts, check out Kate McDermott’s “Art of the Pie” to bake the most delicious Apple and Pumpkin pies this weekend (and many more…like Shepherd’s Pie and Cottage Pie). These and other great cookbooks are available in our collection, or order your favorites via Inter-Library Loan.
Check out some amazing resources on International Open Access week!
Come by and talk to your favorite librarians about what Open Access means and what great materials are available to you!
This month of October, why not stop by the Library and pick up some spooky or suspenseful books to send chills down your spine? We have books by best-selling author Stephen King to scare you, and best sellers by James Patterson to keep you in suspense. Stop by our DVD collection and pick up a few scary movies, as well!