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Holly Ledoux, '16 Designs Amazing Website
Holly designed an incredible website for her web design class.
December News: Publications, Presentations, and an "Adventurous Librarian"
Our alumni, students, and faculty have news and accomplishments to share.
Know Your Professor: Janie Ward
Find out Professor Ward's hidden talent!
Creating Creative Communities: 3D Printing in Library Programming
What does 3D printing mean for you, your public library, and the LIS field?
Creating Histories through Outreach, Collaboration, and Digital Stewardship
An interview with John Campopiano, SLIS alum and records manager for FRONTLINE/WGBH-TV
Children's Literature Dual Degree Experience: Grace Howard
"I did not want to pigeonhole myself into one career. The dual degree opens up several avenues for exploration. Plus, there are so many networking opportunities at a school of library and information science."
Communications Department Magazine Wins Award
CommTracks Magazine won its fifth consecutive Gold Medal from the Columbia University Scholastic Press Association.
Simmons & Girl Scouts Join Forces to Focus on Girls
Passing of Nursing Faculty Member
A message from President Helen Drinan
A Conversation with Sidney Berger
Scholar, writer, and SLIS adjunct professor Berger talks about his newest book, Rare Books and Special Collections