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    Need Books to Read Over Break?

    Congratulations, Hawks! You made it through the semester, in spite of a global pandemic. That’s downright impressive. As you head home for the holidays, take a minute to stop by the library to return

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    Looking for a Scary Movie for Halloween?

    We’ve got them! Aliens. Zombies. Haunted Hotels. Vampires. Even body snatchers. The library has a large selection of movies that are guaranteed to scare you into next week and (if you aren’t into

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    Talking in the Library Virtual Event

    Join us on Wednesday, September 23, 2020 at 7:00 PM for Responding to COVID-19: Lessons from the AIDS Epidemic : Former US Congressman Henry Waxman in conversation with Boston Globe reporter Edward

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    Masks Required in Library

    Face coverings are a key tool in preventing exposure and containing the spread of COVID-19. RWU requires face coverings to be worn in all campus spaces, including in the library. The purpose of masks

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    Congratulations, Graduates!

    You did it! You are one of the most resilient graduating classes in the history of the university. You’ve managed to finish your studies in the midst of a global pandemic, and from all accounts, you

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    Social Explorer

    RWU Library is currently offering a free trial to Social Explorer, an online demographic research tool. Social Explorer can be used to visualize and interact with data, and to create maps, charts, and

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    Tell Us Your Story

    The Roger Williams University Library and Archives has created RWU: The COVID19 Experience, a project to encourage students, staff, faculty, administrators, and alumni to document and share their

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    Ashlyn McCarthy: Online Learning During COVID-19

    Major: Public Relations Graduation date: May 2021 Hometown: Long Meadow, MA How are you managing the switch from in-person to online learning? I’m doing well. I’ve found that the big thing for me is

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    Coronavirus Research Database

    On March 31, Proquest released the Coronavirus Research Database and made it available at no charge to all ProQuest customers. ProQuest built this database in response to the rapidly growing need for