• Library News

    Creating the Ideal Study Conditions: SAS Workshop Series Begins

    Today marks the beginning of a new series of workshops designed to enhance study habits. Creating the Ideal Study Conditions is the first session in the Skills for Academic Success workshop series – a collaboration between Ohrstrom Library and the Office of Academic Support. This first workshop has three meeting times: Monday, January 9, at 11:45 AM – Pick up from Grab & Go on your way. Tuesday, January 10, at 7:00 PM Thursday, January 12, at 3:30 PM This workshop explores music, snacks and teas that can improve your ability to focus. Read more about this session HERE and make plans now to attend!

  • Archives,  Library News

    Ohrstrom Library Celebrates 25 Years

    Twenty-five years ago this week, over the weekend of April 20-21, 1991, the St. Paul’s School community gathered together for the dedication of Ohrstrom Library, which in the tradition of Sheldon Library before it, has faithfully supported the teaching, research, and fellowship of SPS students and faculty since its Inauguration. To commemorate the Library’s Silver Anniversary, Mr. Barry, the Library staff and Library prefects Jack, Fiona, Hasna, Katrina, Mat and Jerry invite you to enjoy an evening of games, music and cake on Wednesday evening at 8:00. Dozens of board and card games will be available to use or feel free to bring your own games and teams. Ohrstrom Library’s…

  • Fine Arts,  General Works,  History,  Humanities,  Research,  Social Sciences

    New Reference Book: The Disney Song Encyclopedia

    The Disney Song Encyclopedia by Thomas S. Hischak and Mark A. Robinso, Scarecrow, 2009. Find it in Ohrstrom at: REF 780.92 D63S An alphabetical list of Disney songs, from 1930 to the present day.  Each song is briefly described and placed in it’s Disney context.  Examples include: Amigas Cheetahs Cherry Tree Lane Gummi Bears Theme The Mickey Mouse Club March Madagascar 1-2-Cha-Cha-Cha Woody’s Roundup Helpful for:  Fine Arts, Music,  Humanities, Popular Culture

  • Fine Arts,  History,  Humanities,  Research

    New Reference Book: Musicians & Composers of the 20th Century

    Musicians & Composers of the 20th Century, edited by Alfred W. Cramer,  Salem, 2009. Find it in Ohrstrom at: REF 780.92 C84M A five volume set, being a biographical catalog of international (yet mostly Western) musicians.  Most entries are between three and five pages in length. Examples include: Mary J. Blige, John Dever, Luciano Pavarotti, Salt and Pepa, Tammy Wynette Helpful for: Music, Humanities, Humanities V Paper, Pop Culture