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Second Annual International Games Day

The Samuel C. Williams Library marked the second annual International Games Day @ SCW Library on November 3, 2017. This event serves as the Library’s contribution to both International Education Month here at Stevens as well as to the worldwide observation of International Games Week organized by the American Library Association. Games were provided by the Library and several more were loaned to the Library by the Computer & Console Gaming Society of Stevens.

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2 Exhibits That Explore Stevens History

Make sure to check out the two new exhibits in the Samuel C. Williams Library and learn more about Stevens’ fascinating history. The first exhibit titled “Early Campus Traditions and Activities at Stevens,” is located in the exhibit space in Sam’s Place on the first floor of the Library. The second exhibit is titled, “Dr. Henry Morton: First President of Stevens” is located on the second floor outside of room 204. Both exhibits explore Stevens’ less known history. 

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Students Share Their Favorite Books

Since 2015, Research Services Librarians Vicky Ludas Orlofsky and Courtney Walsh have been posting a “Question of the Week” on a dry/erase board in the Great Hall every Monday throughout the Fall and Spring semesters. Countless students have shared their interests and opinions on a wide variety of topics, such as “What is your hometown?”, “Where is your favorite place to study?”, and “What is your favorite restaurant in Hoboken?”

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Inaugural Open Bench Night at The Library

On September 20th, the newly founded Stevens Performing Arts Advocacy Group (SPAAG) and the Samuel C. Williams Library presented the SPAAG inaugural open bench night!  Approximately 15 students performed on piano, guitar, saxophone, vocals, violin, viola, cello, and more in the Great Hall of the Library. Here are some photos from the event.

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