News feed from the Libraries
Due to inclement weather, the Libraries will be closed Friday, January 7, 2022. You will still be able to access all online resources during this time. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Starting Sunday, December 5, 2021, Dinand Library will have extended hours for study period and finals. For the full schedule, please visit the Libraries hours page at https://www.holycross.edu/holy-cross-libraries/holy-cross-libraries-hours.
Drop-in with a librarian for help citing sources. The Writer’s Workshop will also be present during the dates marked with an asterisk (*). We can help you with any citation style, including Chicago, MLA, APA, ASA, and more! The Citation Frustration Stations will be held:
Thursday, December 9, 3 pm – 5pm, Music Library
Sunday, December 12, 5 pm – 7 pm, Dinand Lobby
Monday, December 13, 3 pm – 5 pm, Smith Labs Atrium
Tuesday, December 14, 5 pm – 8 pm, Dinand Lobby
Wednesday, December 15, 2 pm – 4pm, Dinand Main Reading Room*
Thursday, December 16, 1 pm – 3 pm, Dinand Lobby*
This event is open to members of the Holy Cross community. We hope to see you there!
This week our institutional repository CrossWorks reached a milestone of 5000 uploaded items with Fr. Kuzniewski’s history “This Holy Cross”. Books, journals, articles, catalogs, oral histories, photos, sunken ships and more are just a click away @ https://crossworks.holycross.edu.
Dennis ’22 is showing off “Study Room 1” in the Science Library. Members of the HC community can now book this study room for 2 hour blocks of time, for up to 1 week in advance! If you’d like to book this study room, visit: https://libguides.holycross.edu/ocallahanscilib/studyroom.
A Day in the Life: Student Life Through the Years is a new series of digital exhibits created by the staff of the College of the Holy Cross Archives and Distinctive Collections on the ArcGIS StoryMaps platform. These exhibits provide the viewer with snapshots of life at Holy Cross during different decades. The photographs, videos and other archival materials used to enrich this experience are drawn from the Archives’ collections. We chose to begin our historical tour of Holy Cross with the 1940s to highlight a promotional video that was digitized in 2020. More exhibits will be added to this series in the future – stay tuned for future additions!
Visit the exhibits at: http://hcdigitalscholarship.com/day-in-life/
Hi! My name is Liv Curnen, and I am the new Peer Research Consultant (PRC) in Dinand Library! I am a junior Sociology major and Deaf Studies minor from Auburn, MA. (I’m always close by!) This summer, I’ll be working with the awesome Dinand Library staff to keep us all connected through social media, so look out for posts with my signature, LC ’23! On campus, my favorite spot to do homework is the study space in the O’Kane basement, so you can usually find me working there! When I’m not doing homework, I’m usually working on something cool with our student-run theatre group, Alternate College Theatre (ACT). If you run into me on campus, I’ve usually got my favorite CoolBeans drink in hand, a black iced tea with an extra shot of raspberry in it. (I highly recommend giving it a try) In the fall, I’m really looking forward to connecting with students and helping them with their research! You’ll be able to book an appointment to chat with me, or, you can visit my office, Dinand 203! LC ’23
To celebrate National Poetry Month, the Holy Cross Libraries are pleased to offer a Campus Poetry Walk as an opportunity for recreation and reconnecting with one another. A map is available at: https://crossworks.holycross.edu/poetry2021/26/
This temporary designated walking route through parts of our beautiful grounds highlights original poetry by Holy Cross students.
It is approximately 1 mile in length.
To enjoy this event virtually, a digital version of the Poetry Walk is available at: crossworks.holycross.edu/poetry2021
An extension of this walk can be found along a nature trail in an undeveloped part of campus off McCarthy Lane (near Figge Hall and the Luth Athletic Complex). It features poems by Louise Imogene Guiney, whose papers are held in the College’s Archives and Special Collections.