Monthly Archives: November 2019

Not-So Young Adult Book Group Reads A Thousand Sisters by Elizabeth E. Wein (December 16)

The next NSYA group meeting will take place on Monday, December 16 at 7pm in the 4th floor’s conference room. We’ll be discussing A Thousand Sisters: the heroic airwomen of the Soviet Union in World War I by Elizabeth E. Wein Goodreads description: The gripping … Continue reading

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Library Hosts Discussion of Community-Led Innovation in Public Spaces

Can communities use digital technologies built around play to imagine the future and create  deeper civic engagement? Eric Gordon, professor of civic media and the director of the Engagement Lab at Emerson College, is working toward that goal.   On November … Continue reading

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Reminder: NSYA Book Group Meeting (November 18)

The next NSYA book group meeting will take place Monday, November 18 at 7pm in Robbins Library’s conference room (4th floor). We’ll be discussing This Is Our Story by Ashley Elston. Copies of the next book, Thousand Sisters: the heroic airwomen of the … Continue reading

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Robbins Library Debuts “Library Loot”

Millions of unboxing videos on YouTube can’t be wrong: people love opening packages!  For book lovers, what could possibly be better than a package with a surprise book inside?  The Robbins Library’s new subscription box program for teens brings the … Continue reading

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Wayfarer Film Series Presents: Travellers & Magicians (Thursday, November 14)

Thursday, November 14 2:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Robbins Library Community Room Travel the world and experience international cinema with the Wayfarer Film Series at Robbins Library! Catch a glimpse from beyond the continent, snack on fresh popcorn from our … Continue reading

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And The Rest Is History

This month we asked our librarians “What are your favorite historical fiction books?”  Check out their answers here: Fever by Mary Beth Keane: The main character of this book is Mary Mallon, better known as Typhoid Mary, one of the … Continue reading

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