Black History Month is celebrated in the US and Canada during the month of February, which was chosen for its significance as the birth month of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass, both legacy figures in the transformative timeline of black history and racial equality.
On Tuesday, Luciana and I presented to the HMS Business Continuity Task Force (BCTDF) an update on Countway's reopening. We discussed specifics as well as lessons learned and feedback from the students. We also showed pictures of the renovation to illustrate the variety of study spaces available for reservation.
We have turned a page in the library. Phase 1 of the renovation is complete except for punch list items and minor construction issues that follow with any renovation project. We are starting a new chapter.
On Monday, I attended the Educational Policy Committee meeting, which occurs monthly, and was established as a result of LCME preparation. A major portion of this month’s agenda was a discussion surrounding...
Although our concession stand wasn’t selling peanuts and crackerjacks, our souvenir shop wasn’t selling hats and gear, and we didn’t have a crowd singing along to “Sweet Caroline” during the 7th inning stretch, we do have a few stories that make the opening worthwhile.
Countway Library will re-open its (newly renovated) doors to Harvard Longwood students on Wednesday, January 6th at 9:00 am. A small group of us were on site today to prepare and attend to any last-minute details.