In response to students’ desire for more 24-hour spaces on campus, the Birnbaum Library is pleased to announce that the Library Fishbowl is now open 24 hours. Stay tuned, as we hope to make a similar announcement about the Birnbaum Library Setters Lounge soon.
Monthly Archives: September 2016
Friday Film Series
This semester students have been attending the Friday Film Series at 7 pm in the Mortola Library. Running until December, each film in the series is hosted by Dr. Rebecca Martin, who leads a discussion following the screening. Admission is FREE.
The remaining films in the series are:
Oct. 7 – GILDA
Oct. 14 – BADLANDS
Oct. 21 – DO THE RIGHT THING
Oct. 28 – WHEN A STRANGER CALLS
Nov. 4 – WHAT’S UP, DOC?
Nov. 11 – BONNIE & CLYDE
Dec. 2 – IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE
This We Believe
Please join us at the Mortola Library tomorrow (Sept. 30) at 10:30 for the This We Believe read-aloud. Students will be reading “This I Believe” personal statements and sharing their experiences with the Pace community.
Refreshments will be served. Please note that the reading has been moved to the first floor of the Library, near the phone charging lockers.
New Collection – Rare Books
To keep a library operating efficiently requires regular housekeeping. Recently, in the course of inventorying a storage and gift book room, librarians at the Birnbaum Library discovered a trove of rare books. Highlights include two first edition copies of Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle; a signed first edition of Edna St. Vincent Millay’s The Buck in the Snow and Other Poems; a first edition of Robert Frost’s Mountain Interval, notable for its typographic errors; a first edition of William Faulkner’s The Town, complete with dust jacket; and many more, including books dating from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries. Most of the books were acquired by donation over many years and have yet to be processed, and we are currently adding to the new collection by identifying rare books in the circulating collection to be relocated. Stay tuned for more information, as we hope to make the collection accessible soon.