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During the first week of classes, the Library will run a contest in honor of our new mascot, Robbie the Royal Raptor. Currently enrolled Regent students will have five opportunities (one each day) to win a $15 Amazon gift card.
Each morning, we will post a picture of Robbie engaged in an activity in the Library or on the campus. To enter for that day, simply like the photo, add a comment, and follow us (if you are not already). That’s it! We will hold a drawing and announce that day’s winner at midnight the next day.
How to Enter:
- The contest runs Monday, August 26 to Friday, August 30.
- At the start of each day (midnight), the Library will post a photo of Robbie somewhere in the Library or on the Regent campus. Simply like the photo, add a comment, and follow us. You have until the end of the day (11:59 PM, Eastern Time) to enter.
- Drawing will be held among eligible entries at midnight the next day.
- Winners must currently be enrolled at Regent.
- Winners must like and comment on the photo and follow the Library.
- Students may enter each day but may win only one time.
- Winners will be announced on the post at the end of each day.
- Winners will be contacted by email and awarded a $15 Amazon gift card On September 3.
Good luck, and help spread the word about our contest!
At the end of June, a long-time faculty member and valued colleague of the Library will retire after nearly 28 years of devoted service. Head of Public Services Sandy Yaegle came to Regent in November 1991 after earning a Master of Library Science degree from Clarion University. Prior to becoming a librarian, Sandy was an elementary school teacher in her home state of Pennsylvania. Owing to her practical teaching experience, she has served as education subject specialist and liaison to the School of Education since joining the Library faculty.
In addition to her duties as Education Librarian, Sandy has served the Library in critical leadership positions, including Head of Public Services and Coordinator of Information Literacy and Library Instruction.
The Library faculty and staff will miss Sandy for her unfailing friendliness, modesty, and Christian spirit. Yet we rejoice with her as she begins a new chapter in her life. Well done, thou good and faithful servant.
For centuries one of the chief sources of inspiration for library architects has been the main reading room, such as the Duke Humfrey’s Library at Oxford, which was used as the setting for Hogwarts Library in the Harry Potter films:
While we may not quite yet be able to be able to compete with the atmosphere of an Oxford library originally completed in 1480, Regent does have a beautiful reading room sure to enhance your concentration and sense of scholarly purpose:
The Regent’s Special Collections Reading Room is now open for quiet study 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Sunday through Thursday. Electronic devices may be used for long as they are set on silent. On your visit, be sure to take a look at some of the rare objects in the Reading Room display cases, such as the ancient Greek amphora, the oldest item in the Library:
On Friday, November 16, the Library Book Club will kickoff it’s 12th reading season with The Warden, Anthony Trollope’s tale of a kindly cathedral minister of music who suddenly finds himself the object of scandal when a fiery secular reformer decides that he is improperly benefiting from a Church endowment.
At only 98 pages The Warden is Trollope’s shortest novel and the best introduction to this great writer’s work. First published in 1855, many of the issues raised in the novel about Church governance are still relevant today.
The discussion will take place at 12:00 in the Library Conference Room. Refreshments will be served.
Dr. Pete Fraser will lead our discussion. The Library collection has copies The Warden in print and ebook formats.
Distance students and faculty are invited to join the discussion via Collaborate Ultra: https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/18d438ef58c34c069e046cc809bb3ee9
For more information about this or other Book Club events, contact Harold Henkel at email@example.com.
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