PolicyMap: new multidisciplinary data & mapping tool

PolicyMap provides simple three-layer data mapping and reporting on demographics, consumer expenditures, health, housing, environmental conditions, food access, income, labor force, lending, school districts, transit access, and much more. Data tables can be downloaded and address-level data can be uploaded,…

Free Metal Shelving

Library Shelving EDIT : April 11, 2017 – All shelving units have been spoken for at this time.

The Noreen Reale Falcone Library is offering several sections of double-sided metal shelving available for use in home or office. There is no cost, but you will need to disassemble the frames and provide your own movers. Contact Robert Cook cookrl@lemoyne.edu if you are interested.

2017 Le Moyne Annual Student Art Show

Le Moyne Annual Student Art Show The Wilson Art Gallery hosts the “Le Moyne Annual Student Art Show”. An opening reception for the “Le Moyne Annual Student Art Show” will take place on Friday, April 7 from 4 to 6 p.m. The exhibit will be on display at the gallery from Friday, April 7 to Friday, May 5 during regular library business hours.

Gwen Morgan: Myth and Science in the Land of Fire and Ice

Gwen Morgan: Myth and Science in the Land of Fire and Ice “Myth and Science in the Land of Fire and Ice,” an exhibit of photographs and mixed media by artist Gwen Morgan, will be on display from March 3 through March 31 in the Wilson Gallery during regular library hours. On Friday, March 3, from 4 to 6 p.m., there will be an opening reception for the exhibit. The reception and exhibit are free and open to the public. For more information, call (315) 445-4153.

Human Library: Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover

Human Library logo All members of the campus community are invited to participate in “The Human Library: Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover,” Tuesday, March 21, 2017, 1pm – 4pm, Noreen Reale Falcone Library- 1st Floor. The Human Library is designed to build a positive framework for conversations that can challenge stereotypes and prejudices through dialogue. Human Books talk about what they have experienced, a challenge overcome, their struggles with stigma or stereotypes. By checking out a “book,” visiting “readers” engage in a 20-minute dialogue with a “book” of their choosing.