Spring Term Festival

Students will present on their Spring Term experiences on Leyburn’s Main Floor.

Special Collections Open House

Tom Camden ’76, head of special collections and archives, will comment on and showcase some of the University’s most extraordinary treasures.

Author Talk Featuring Professor William (Bill) Patch

Professor William (Bill) Patch will speak about his recently published book, Christian Democratic Workers and the Forging of German Democracy, 1920–1980
Refreshments provided. Talk is free and open to the public. No tickets required. Part of the Anne and Edgar Basse Jr. Author Talk Series, Presented by the University Library.

Friends of the Library Symposium: Storytelling in the Digital Age

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Pam Pacelli Cooper & Rob Cooper ’68

Friends of the Library Symposium: Storytelling in the Digital Age

A Public Talk by Rob Cooper ’68 & Pam Pacelli Cooper

Rob Cooper and Pam Pacelli Cooper are the team behind Verissima Productions—a company that captures and preserves the stories of individuals, families, businesses and historical events.

Rob Cooper has been an award-winning writer, producer and director for television, documentaries, corporate and educational film and video productions for over forty years. A therapist in private practice, Pam Pacelli Cooper is also an oral historian and Certified Genealogical Researcher.

This talk is free & open to the public. No tickets required.

Doggie De-stress Visit

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Ripley the Therapy Dog

Ripley will be on Telford’s 3rd Floor. Duncan (a lab/golden mix) will be in Leyburn’s Writing Center.