January in the Library and Learning Commons

We’re back from winter break and already planning big things for the Spring semester! To kick off the year, we’re participating in the community-wide initiative Voices of Hope, a partnership between the College and the Museum of Science and History to bring Anne Frank’s optimism and vision for a better world to life, to our community, and to FSCJ.

For our part, we’ll have displays up in the libraries featuring books on Anne Frank and the Holocaust, and we’ll be featuring a traveling exhibit called Parallel Journeys: World War II and the Holocaust through the Eyes of Teens. You can catch the exhibit in the Downtown Campus Library from 1/30-2/3, at the North Campus Library from 2/6-2/10, in the Kent Campus Library from 2/13-2/17, and in the lobby outside the Deerwood Campus Library from 2/21-2/27. You can read more about Anne Frank and the exhibit at our LibGuide on the subject here.

We’re already looking forward to February (and to National Poetry Month in April!), and will have big news about events in those months soon. But until then, we’ll see you in the stacks!

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