Exterior of library in the fall

Featured Stories - November 18, 2020:

  • Reference Services during Finals and Winter Session: The end of the semester is quickly approaching, but reference librarians will still be here to help you complete your Fall semester research assignments.  Beginning Monday, 11/30/20 through Monday, 12/7/20, reference librarians will be extending their hours of remote availability.   
  • This year marks the 51st anniversary of the National Day of Mourning. It will be observed on Thursday, Nov. 26 to coincide with Thanksgiving, as it does every year.  According to the United American Indians of New England (UAINE), the National Day of Mourning has been observed since 1970 at Cole’s Hill in Plymouth to honor participants’ Native ancestors and the struggles of Native people.
  • Friday, Nov. 20 is Transgender Day of Remembrance, a solemn annual observance honoring the memories of the transgender people whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence.  Read on to learn about New England's grim connection to this day of observance. 

Additional Stories:

  • Make an Appointment with a Librarian: Librarians are here to help you, whether you are on campus or off.  Use our easy LibCal system to book your appointment.
  • SOAR: Stonehill showcases student and faculty work in the college’s new digital repository, SOAR. Check out some of the documents that are in the repository on the library home page. 
  • Text Line: Even though you may be off campus, you can still text a librarian at 508-709-0223 for help with your research.  
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