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    Birss Program Virtual Book Discussion

    The 21th Annual John Howard Birss, Jr. Memorial Program celebrates the 50th anniversary of the publication of Ernest J. Gaines’ The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman with a virtual book discussion

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    Spring 2021

    Welcome back, Hawks! We hope that you had a wonderful break, and that you are recharged and ready to take on Spring 2021. We're excited to have you back on campus and are prepared to help make this

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    Happy New Year Hawks!

    Happy New Year to our students, faculty, and staff! 2020 was a challenging year, but as we look to 2021 we are hopeful. Just a reminder that the library building is closed for the month of January

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    Winter Break Virtual Assistance

    The University Library building is closed for winter break, but virtual assistance is available Monday through Friday from 8am to 4pm. You can reach library staff: via chat via text at 401-680-9032 by

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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