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Libraries are reservoirs of strength, grace and wit, reminders of order, calm and continuity, lakes of mental energy, neither warm nor cold, light nor dark. The pleasure they give is steady, unorgastic, reliable, deep and long-lasting. In any library in the world, I am at home, unselfconscious, still and absorbed.

Germaine Greer
 

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845-752-3000 ext. 232

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April is National Poetry Month!


The Contest

The concept is simple – stack books using the titles on the spines to create a poem.

  1. Check out last year’s book spine poem gallery for inspiration.

  2. In the library, start looking at titles to see what strikes you. Arrange and rearrange in your head. The best part of this type of poetry is that you don’t know where you’ll end up.

  3. Have a pencil and paper with you to write down titles that stand out – you can refer back to them later, and it’s easier than pulling a whole bunch of books. (Note the call #’s too so you can find the books again!)

  4. Don’t be afraid to use the library catalog to look up titles with specific words or phrases that fit.

  5. Take a picture and email it to library@uts.edu, with your name and Student ID# - ALL SUBMISSIONS MUST BE IN BY FRIDAY, APRIL 18th

  6. Winners will be chosen by College Faculty & Staff, the winners will be announced at lunch on Friday, April 25th.

The Prizes

Prizes will be awarded for the best poem on each theme:

  • Reading/Libraries/Literature - As this is a contest sponsored by the Library

  • Service - As April is Community Service Month

  • BC Life/The Student Experience

A grand prize ($50 Gift Card) and a runner-up prize ($25 Gift Card) will be awarded for the judges’ choice of best overall book spine poem.

The RULE: The only rule is you must use Barrytown College Library books.

 

NLM Traveling Exhibit at Barrytown College Library

Every Necessary Care and Attention”: George Washington and Medicine

As head of household, plantation owner, businessman, Revolutionary War general, and president, George Washington had many different concerns and responsibilities, from running his estate to ensuring the stability of a new nation. Alongside the traditional demands of political life and military leadership, he focused considerable attention on the health and safety of his family, staff, slaves, and troops.

Washington's status and wealth gave him–and his community–special privileges. During his lifetime, with the practice of medicine slowly becoming a licensed profession, he could call on a growing class of experts and new knowledge about the spread and prevention of disease. Even so, Washington, like everyone else of his era, encountered the limits of medicine when faced with serious illnesses.

Every Necessary Care and Attention: George Washington and Medicine explores the story of George Washington’s own health and examines the ways in which he sought to safeguard the health and wellness of those under his care. Washington’s story illuminates the broader context of the experience of illness and the practice of medicine, which during this time was transitioning from a traditional healer craft to a profession.

 

This exhibition was developed and produced   
by the national library of medicine, national institutes of health
with george washington's mount vernon
estate, museum & gardens
Exhibition design by
howard+revis design services
W W W.NLM.NIH.GOV/GEORGEWASHINGTON

 

Library Hours

The Barrytown Campus Library hours for Fall 2013 will be:

 

Monday
10:30 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday
10:30 am - 9:00 pm
Wednesday
10:30 am - 9:00 pm
Thursday
10:30 am - 9:00 pm
Friday
10:30 am - 5:00 pm
Closed daily 12-1pm & 5-6pm
Saturday
CLOSED
Sunday
CLOSED

 

NOTE: ALL public computers are shut down and all services cease 15 minutes prior to posted closing time.

Holidays and Weather related closings will be posted.

 

 

 

 

2013 - 2014 HOLIDAY CLOSINGS:

 

Monday, September 2nd - Labor Day

Wednesday, November 27th - Friday, November 29th - Thanksgiving

Monday, December 23rd - Friday, January 3rd - Christmas & New Years 

Monday, January 20th - Martin Luther King Jr.

Monday, February 17th - President's Day

Monday, March 22nd - Friday, March 30th - Spring Break

 

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FREE Technology Classes!

The Library @Barrytown College is plannning to offer FREE Technology classes to the community, but we need to know what you need to know.

Classes will be ready to start by mid-March, join our mailing list to get the earliest and quickest updates.

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