• History,  Humanities,  Library News

    Witchcraft Programming Event

    We are making preparations for tomorrow evening's event with historian Margo Burns, who will be speaking in the library on the Capital Crime of Witchcraft: What the Primary Sources Tell Us. The program starts at 7:00 pm - all are welcome to join us! #ohrstromlibrary #libraryevent #speaker #margoburns #witchcraft #witchhunt #skull #primarysource #librariesofinstagram

  • Library News

    Look what’s new!

    Look what's new! New books on the new display in the main level lobby of Ohrstrom Library. Check it out and check something out today! #ohrstromlibrary #newbooks #bookdisplay #newbookdisplay #checkitout #iamsps

  • Library Displays

    Calling All Puzzle Fanatics!

    Calling all puzzle fanatics: Will you help us meet this challenge? This 1000 piece puzzle of the Cathedral de Puebla in Mexico is a tough one, so we will need some help getting this done before the end of Hispanic Heritage month on October 15th. Stop by the lobby of Ohrstrom Library and help put some pieces together today!

  • Library News,  Library Programs

    Ohrstrom Library Welcomes You Back!

    Ohrstrom Library had a busy weekend welcoming back our community members. Saturday activities welcomed new students to St. Paul’s School with treat bags to help familiarize them with library services, and announced the book selection for the inaugural Third Form Book Club – The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. The early evening hours featured a community wide BBQ on the Chapel lawn, presented by Dining Services, with oversized outdoor games provided by Ohrstrom Library. It was a warm and wonderful way to start the new academic year, and we are looking forward to seeing everyone in the Library soon! Below are some photographs from the events:

  • Library News,  Library Programs

    Summer Reading Challenge 2017

    Today marks the launch of Ohrstrom Library’s Summer Reading Challenge. Stop by the library this week to pick up your official Summer Reading Challenge bookmark for ideas and suggestions on how to select different and interesting books to read over the summer vacation. This reading challenge is for EVERYONE! Students, faculty, staff and families are all invited to participate. Also attached to the bookmarks are two miniature heart-shaped seed papers, one to plant in the library garden and one to take home to enjoy. The theme of this summer’s reading program revolves around community, and we have acquired a plot in the SPS community garden for library patrons to plant…