By Jenna Massey '24, External Relations Student Assistant, W&M Libraries
January 21, 2020The best part of working at the library is certainly the patrons and the people I work with.
November 25, 2019The thing I love about Makerspaces is that the only limit is your imagination.
April 17, 2019It only took one tour of William & Mary for me to know that the College was for me. I remember that day fondly.
March 14, 2019W&M Libraries is lucky to have many talented student employees. Today's post will introduce Alicia Draper.
February 21, 2019W&M Libraries is lucky to have many talented student employees. As a library student employee myself -- I am a Mosaic Diversity intern working in Swem Library's External Relations Office -- I decided to get to know miy fellow student assistants.
February 1, 2019W&M Libraries is lucky to have many talented student employees. As a library student employee myself -- I am a Mosaic Diversity intern working in Swem Library's External Relations Office -- I decided to get to know miy fellow student assistants.
November 15, 2018My name is Keyyatta Bonds, and I am part of the second cohort of the William & Mary Libraries Mosaic Program. I am Sophomore at the College, planning to major in International Relations (even though taking more ECON classes is not what I envisioned for my future).
September 24, 2018Hey, fellow Swem-goers! My name is Alexis and I have been working at Swem Circulation for over a year now. I started out as an assistant, shelving and sorting from the books needed for final papers. Last year, I was able to help deliver books to professors all over campus. And as it turns out, books can bring more excitement when you get to drive them in a golf-cart, trying not to get stuck behind tour groups (otherwise known as flamingos).
July 20, 2018Hello lovely people! My name is CeeCee and I’m a Student Associate in the Circulation department here at Swem.
May 11, 2018I started working at Swem in my very first week of freshman year and fell in love with the place immediately. On my first day, I wandered the library to fill out a scavenger-hunt-esque training exercise that introduced me to the labyrinth of books that serves as the cultural capital of our campus. The building really does it all.