Oh, the Places You’ll Go: March Break 2010

By - Systems Librarian March 4th, 2010

March break brings  a variety of travel opportunities to members of the SPS community.  Here are some of the travel plans for student groups this year:

  • Baseball Team – traveling to Florida for spring training and early games
  • The Dominican Republic Volunteers – traveling to the Dominican Republic to teach English to children
  • St. Timothy’s Appalachian Mission – traveling to Kentucky for service learning
  • Habitat for Humanity – traveling to Mississippi
  • Greece Classical honors students – traveling to Greece for cultural excursion
  • French students – traveling to Paris to study at Ecole Alsacienne
  • England Cultural Exchange students – traveling to London to study at Eton College and St. Paul’s Girls School
  • Also good luck to students heading out to term exchange: Seikei, Ecole Alsacienne and British Royal School

We wish everyone, whether traveling near or far, a safe and enjoyable journey!

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The Library hours for March break are as follows:

Sunday, March 7thLibrary closed

Monday, March 8th – Friday, March 12th: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Saturday, March 13th – Saturday, March 27th: Library closed

Sunday, March 28th: 1:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Monday, March 29th: Regular Library hours resume

Click HERE for the complete calendar.

New Reference Book: Encyclopedia of Ancient Literature

By - Research & Instruction Librarian September 17th, 2009

Lura Sanborn – Reference Librarian

Encyclopedia of Ancient Literature by James Wyatt Cook, Facts on File, 2008.

Find it in Ohrstrom at: REF 820.9 C77A

This volume focuses on the standard ancient texts and their authors from ancient Greece, Rome, China, Japan, South America and India.

Examples include: Mahabharata, Lady Kasa, Gilgamesh, and Augustus Caesar.

For the incoming IIIrd Form:  Take a look at this text for some background information on Homer and The Odyssey.

Helpful for: Humanities III, Literature, Summer Reading Assignment