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January 21, 2020

By Sarah Wicker, Circulation student associate

Sarah Wicker posing with Lord Botetourt. 

My name is Sarah Wicker and I am a freshman at William & Mary. I am a student associate in the circulation department, so you will often see me at the front desk to answer questions, check out books, or help you find something. I grew up loving libraries, and I always have two or three books in my bag (for emergencies of course). I have a passion for mathematics and art, and I currently intend to major in both subjects.

The best part of working at the library is certainly...

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Jan 2019

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Nov 2018

  • November 28, 2018
    For four days, Tijeras Avenue and 2nd Street in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico was immersed with people who worked in libraries, and most were people of color.
  • November 15, 2018
    My 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).
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    November 12, 2018
    On December 25, 1918, Edith Neele Gibbons, of Cleveland, Ohio, was aboard the S. S. Coronia en route to London.

Oct 2018

  • October 29, 2018
    This year is the 200th anniversary of the release of Mary Shelley’s classic Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus.