Winter Break begins Dec. 18. The Library, Records Center, Cafe, and Connection will be open limited hours, and all facilities will be closed Dec. 24-Jan 2. Full winter break hours information here.
December 2010 Archives
Although Winter Break hours are not yet finalized, the library will be closed from Friday, Dec. 24, through Sunday, Jan. 2.
Study breaks are 8-10 PM in the Founders Room (2nd Fl, Honnold Side) Dec 9 - Dec 14. Free coffee, tea, and hot chocolate for 7C students!
Honnold/Mudd Library will open at 8 AM on Thurs., Dec 9 and will not close again until 6 PM on Fri., Dec. 17. Complete hours information here.
New exhibition of Honnold/Mudd Special Collections
Where: Honnold/Mudd Library, 2nd floor, near north entrance
When: Dec 1, 2010 - Feb 25, 2011
John Milton (1608-1674) was not only among the most influential of British poets. He was the most directly involved of any British poet in the centers of political power and in the great historical events of the 17th century in Britain. He was also arguably the most learned of the great British poets, even in a learned and bookish century.
This exhibition, drawn from the collections of Special Collections, Honnold/Mudd Library, and Denison Library of Scripps College, focuses on our holdings of Milton's most famous work, his epic, Paradise Lost, first issued in 1667, and on books and pamphlets written by his contemporaries who were espousing ideas of religion, nature, science, politics, and philosophy during this turbulent century.
The exhibit was mounted to coincide with the Milton Marathon of 2010. Many thanks to professors Jacque Wernimont of Scripps College and Colleen Rosenfeld of Pomona College.
When: Thursday, Dec. 2, 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Where: Mudd Quadrangle, north of Honnold/Mudd Library
A special atmosphere of celebration and performance will preside over the collaborative reading of John Milton's epic poem, Paradise Lost. The reading is sponsored by the English departments of Scripps College and Pomona College, the Dean's Office of Pomona College, and the Claremont Colleges Library.
Refreshments will be served throughout the day.
The reading is accompanied by an exhibit of Honnold/Mudd Special Collections, Dark Materials: Knowledge in the 17th Century.