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April is National Poetry Month
National Poetry Month
April is National Poetry Month

This year marks the 25th anniversary of National Poetry Month and there are many ways to celebrate the occasion. Follow social media celebrations with the official hashtag #NationalPoetryMonth and follow the Academy of American Poets on Twitter and Instagram @POETSorg. Go to 30 Ways to Celebrate the 25th Annual National Poetry Month for ideas and engagements throughout the entire month of April.

Once again JSTOR Daily is posting various stories about poets, and offering free links to contemporary and classic American poems.

 

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And You're Back!
welcome back to campus
And You're Back!

Welcome Back to Campus!

While the librarians continue to work remotely, here are a few things you need to know:

We are available to assist you in every way. The online chat service you can access from the library's main webpage at all times (if we don't respond immediately, please leave a message) email library@standrews-de.org, or contact us to set up a zoom meeting. Please know that while you don't physically see us, we are here for you.

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Coming Soon - Q&A with Yaa Gyasi
Yaa Gyasi
Coming Soon - Q&A with Yaa Gyasi

Friday, April 2, 2021, St. Andrew's will host a Q&A with novelist Yaa Gyasi. Gyasi has written two novels, Homegoing and Transcendent Kingdom. Her debut novel, Homegoing, was the all-school read last year and has won many awards including the National Book Critics Circle's John Leonard Award for best first book (at the age of 26), PEN/Hemingway Award for a first book of fiction and the National Book Foundation's 5 under 35.

 

 

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Off Campus Access
Summer Access
Off Campus Access

For off-campus access of any subscription resource (i.e. paid-for databases), you'll be prompted to login first to OpenAthens. Your username is your "firstname.lastname" (for example john.smith); please contact us for the password, or if you have questions.

 

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