• Humanities,  Research

    Top 3 Research Guides of the Year!

    Coming in at number 1, The Humanities IV Research Guide with 3,885 views this year. Coming in at number 2, The Humanities V Research Guide with 2,715 views this year. And the surprise dark horse coming in at number 3, The  Anatomy & Physiology with 883 views this year. Way to research, Big Red!  🙂  Bleed digital.    

  • Archives,  History,  Library Tech

    In Celebration of Cricket eBook Now Available

    A new eBook is available from the St. Paul’s School Archives eBook collection: In Celebration of Cricket: From School Sport to Celebrated Tradition is available in ePub format for download and viewing on your iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch devices with iBooks installed.  It has been designed specifically for viewing in iBooks, but can also be read with a more basic layout on any eBook reader that supports the ePub file format. You can download this new eBook by clicking HERE. This eBook presentation is a companion to the archives online exhibit of the same name viewable HERE.  It contains photographs from the St. Paul’s School archives collection and includes…

  • Archives,  History

    From the Archives: Letters from Valpey

    As the end of the School year approaches it will soon be time to tally up the academic standings and award the Valpey prizes.   These prizes get their name from the Rev. Thomas G. Valpey, a faculty member at St. Paul’s School from 1860 to 1868, and again from 1875 until his death in 1890.   Among his many bequests he left St. Paul’s School funds to establish an award of academic prizes each year. While a teacher of Greek at St. Paul’s School, Valpey gained a reputation for being a thorough taskmaster.  Arthur Stanwood Pier’s St. Paul’s School 1855 -1934 relates that Valpey would give his students only a few…

  • Library News

    Ohrstrom Library Asks: Will You Be Mine? With (S)PS I Love You

    This Sunday evening, February 14th, Ohrstrom Library will host a very special event: (S)PS I Love You: A Musical Valentine from Ohrstrom Library. Beginning at 7:30 PM (sharp!) in the Baker Reading Room, Ohrstrom Library will present the SPS community with a living, breathing, singing, acting, musical Valentine’s Day card in the form of collaborative performances by many of St. Paul’s School’s biggest talents.  The evening’s program will include appearances by all of the a cappella groups, many student actors and actresses, a rock band, a jazz quartet and Madrigals. The evening will also feature many students and a few faculty members reading memorable lines, both very funny and poignant,…