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    Calling all Bookworms!

    Join us for round 2 of our Pop Up Book Nook this Sunday to donate some books that need a new home, or to even add some to your growing collection! When: Sunday, February 5th from 2-4pm Where: GHH 1st

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    RWU Equitea Book & Media Club

    RWU's Equitea Book & Media Club is an opportunity for students, staff, faculty, and alumni to connect, learn and engage. We will explore various elements of diversity, equity, and inclusion through a

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    Poetry Walk

    Calling All Poets! The University Library and the Writing Center are hosting an outdoor “poetry walk” to celebrate National Poetry Month in April 2023. All members of the campus community (students

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    Equitea Book & Media Club: Being Enye

    RWU's Equitea Book & Media Club is an opportunity for students, staff, faculty, and alumni to connect, learn, and engage. We will explore various elements of diversity, equity, and inclusion through a

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    Novelist Steve Yarbrough

    The Mary Tefft White Cultural Center Lecture Series and the Rogers Free Library presents novelist Steve Yarbrough, Tuesday, October 4, 2022, at 7 pm at the Rogers Free Library in Bristol, Rhode Island

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    Welcome Back!

    We hope you enjoyed the summer! The library staff is excited to have you back on campus, and we'd like to point out a few things that will help you succeed this semester. But first things first

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    Ukraine: Reflections from Home and Abroad

    Roger Williams University Library & Scholars at Risk present a virtual conversation with Liz Shchepetylnykova and Olena Tanchyk, two Ukrainian scholars who will share their experiences of living in

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    The Bermont Fellowship in Fiction and Nonfiction

    Established with a generous gift from the Bermont family and in partnership with the Anthony Quinn Foundation, the Fellowship in Fiction and Nonfiction provides promising students with a unique and