• New Books

    New Year, New Books

    Happy New Year! Escape the chilly weather and stay inside to curl up with some of our great new fiction titles!   Stay With Me– By Ayobami Adebayo “Powerfully magnetic and heartbreaking…At once, a gothic parable about pride and betrayal; a thoroughly contemporary — and deeply moving — portrait of a marriage; and a novel, in the lineage of great works by Chinua Achebe and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie… Adebayo is an exceptional storyteller. She writes not just with extraordinary grace but with genuine wisdom about love and loss and the possibility of redemption.”- Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times New People– By Danzy Senna “In “New People,” her captivating and…

  • Library News,  Library Programs

    The People Behind the PAWS

    End of term is fast approaching and the library looks forward to welcoming back the therapy dogs of St. PAWs. The club, founded by sixth formers Hunt Hobbs, Ruth Covo and Haley Fuller, is a wonderful group of certified dogs and dog owners who offer respite to our hard working students as exams loom. I had a chance to catch up with Hunt and asked him how they got this club off the ground and what his hopes are for it once he graduates this spring. What inspired you to start St. PAWS? In the fall of my third form year, I looked at the list of clubs on the…

  • 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!