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What I’m Working On: Nessa Hewton

Nessa Hewton, junior biology major “I’m working on an essay about microbes for microbio. I’m always at the library, I basically live here. I really like the second floor because we can collaborate, and the environment makes you feel more motivated to study.”

What I’m Working On: Alisha Mughal

Alisha Mughal, senior HPEX major “I’m working on physics homework. I’m here at Cabell all the time. I’m a senior but it’s my first year really using the library as a study space. I really like the booths on the second floor – the natural light and the noise level are great. I like being […]

Librarians at Work: ARL Fall meeting

VCU was well represented this week at the fall meeting of the Association of Research Libraries in Washington. The Association of Research Libraries is a membership organization of libraries and archives in major public and private universities, federal government agencies and large public institutions in Canada and the US. ARL advocates on research libraries’ behalf, […]

What I’m Working On: Poorva and Sanyukta

Poorva Birari and Sanyukta Jalihalkar “We’re studying for a biochem test we have tomorrow. We’re at the library together pretty often. The atmosphere is really pleasant. Seeing people studying makes me more motivated to work harder.  Our favorite spot is the collaborative tables on the first floor. The seating arrangements are really good for promoting studying […]

What I’m Working On: Maria and Neil

Maria Recel and Neil Sagrado “We’re studying for a test on endocrine. The collaborative spaces here are great for reviewing and talking about material with other people. I like studying here because seeing other people so driven to study and work hard makes me more motivated. I like that the libraries can be very solitary […]

Rising Scholars celebration

VCU Libraries celebrated Rising Scholars award winners at reception. Congratulations to the more than 40 high school Rising Scholars recipients from last year! High school guidance counselors nominated one high school junior from each school to receive this award. Each student received a certificate and book at their high school award ceremony. Additionally, if Rising […]

Retired faculty invited back to campus

Retired VCU faculty are invited back to campus for a lunch on November 4th, 2022 to reconnect and learn about the VCU Book Art Collection in Special Collections and Archives. If you haven’t yet received an invitation, please email and we’ll send you the information.

‘Jurgen’ exhibit on view at The Branch House

2021-2022 marked the inaugural Jurgen Banned Arts Comics Contest. The contest is named after a work by Richmond’s own James Branch Cabell, cousin to John Kerr Branch, original owner of The Branch House (currently The Branch Museum of Architecture and Design). An exhibition “Banning of Jurgen: A Comedy of Justice” on loan from VCU Libraries is now […]