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“The Clear Voice of Justice” Martin Luther King, Jr. 1967/2017 Exhibition

WHEN: Thursday, October 12, 2017 11:00 AM – 12:15 PM

WHERE: Post Learning Commons Gerard Manley Hopkins, S.J. Special Collections, 3rd Floor

WHAT: Take a trip back in time to October 26,1967 when Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. addressed an audience in the Alumni Memorial Field House (now, the Hagan Arena) of Saint Joseph’s College (University). Listen to a few brief remarks about the exhibition “The Clear Voice of Justice” Martin Luther King, Jr. 1967/2017, view the history, talk with friends about it and enjoy some light refreshments. Learn something new.

Photo credit: Glenn A. McCurdy

National African American Read-In

The Post Learning Commons and Drexel Library and the Office of Inclusion and Diversity invite the SJU community to participate in the
National African American Read-In.


Tuesday, February 21

11am-12:15pm in the Post Learning Commons 2nd Floor Lounge
and
4-5:30pm in the Center for Inclusion and Diversity (Campion 210)

Bring your favorite passage written by an African American author to read aloud or browse the library’s Black History Month display, based on the Charleston Syllabus, on the first floor of the Post Learning Commons.

If you can’t join us on campus, share a video of your reading on social media and tag it #SJUReadIn.

Questions? Contact Tom Ipri at tipri@sju.edu or Monica Nixon at mnixon@sju.edu

Hope to see you on the 21st!

Chew on This: Eleanor Stanford

stanforgOur April “Chew on This” features Eleanor Stanford, adjunct professor in Creative Writing. Stanford will read from her book of
poetry, Bartram’s Garden.

This event will take place on April 27, 2016 from 12:30-2:00 PM in the Drexel Library CMC Room, 2nd Floor.

Please bring your lunch and join us for what we hope to be an engaging presentation! Cookies and drinks will be available.

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Campus Coffee Hour — The Writing Center!

WHO:  All are invited

WHAT:  Enjoy coffee, tea and light breakfast fare.
Socialize and network with campus colleagues in a relaxed setting.
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WHEN:  Friday, October 16th — 9:30AM to 10:30AM

WHERE:  Post Learning Commons, 2nd floor lounge

Please join us!

Altered Hours This Weekend as Philadelphia Welcomes Pope Francis

popeprofileDue to Pope Francis’ visit, Post Learning Commons and
Drexel Library will have altered hours and services the
weekend of September 25 – 27.

Friday, September 25th
8:00am – 9:00pm
Normal Library Hours and Services

Saturday, September 26th
10:00am – 6:00pm
The Post Learning Commons Building will be open to current students, faculty and staff. The building will not be open for visitors. The Drexel Library building will be closed.
Research assistance will be available only through our chat service.

Sunday, September 27th
12:00pm – 6:00pm
The Post Learning Commons will be open to students, faculty and staff. The building will not be open to visitors.
6:00pm – 12 midnight
Both the PLC and Drexel Library will be open from 6:00 pm until midnight.

Normal hours and services will resume on Monday, September 28th.

If new details are released concerning security measures or road closures, these hours may change. Please check the library’s web site for the latest news.

Campus Coffee Hour with Human Resources

WHO:  All are invited

WHEN:  Friday, September 11th, 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM

coffee-cup-mug-spoonfor blogWHAT:  Enjoy coffee, tea and light breakfast fare.

Socialize and network with campus colleagues in a relaxed setting.

WHERE:  Post Learning Commons, 2nd floor lounge

Hope to see you there!

Faculty Scholars

The faculty here at SJU work hard every year to research, write and publish on important topics across the disciplines.  Come and join us in congratulating them on the fruits of their labors at our Faculty Scholars event, and the opening of the Faculty Scholars exhibit, tomorrow from 3-5 p.m. on the second floor of the Drexel Library.    An opening by President Father Lannon and the Provost, Dr. Brice Wachterhauser, will be followed by presentations from four faculty members who will talk about the projects they’ve worked on and the things that they’ve published in 2008.   The exhibit and presentations will feature not only journal articles and books, but also creative works or projects that professors have been apart of.   Come get the scoop on what your professors do outside of the classroom!

The program will include presentations by:

Susan Fenton, Assistant Professor, Photography

John Neiva, Assistant Professor, International Business

Thomas Donahue, Professor, Foreign Language and Literature

Melissa Goldthwaite, Associate Professor, English