Library Newsletter, October 21, 2020
- Early voting begins! During our recent Voter Registration Day Event, we discovered that most of you are registered to vote. But being registered is only half the job - now you must finish the job by voting! Here in Massachusetts, in-person early voting will be held October 17-30.
- Observing Indigenous People's Day: In a recent email to the Stonehill community, administrators noted the change to the college's holiday policy as part of the college's ongoing effort to "build a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive campus."
- Still Undecided? On Tuesday, November 3, we will be selecting the next president of the United States. If you're not sure whose views and policies best align with your preferences, there are easy ways to find out.
- Stress relief tips: The COVID-19 pandemic has greatly impacted the way we live our everyday lives. Having trouble coping with the stress of this new normal? Follow the library's Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook accounts to read the library staff's tips for relieving stress and preserving your mental health.
- Book a Study Room: Need a study space or a place to take an online class? Check out the study spaces that are available to students on campus. These spaces can be booked from 8am-8pm, Monday through Friday.
- 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.