The iSchool at Drexel & Drexel University Libraries invite you to enjoy an evening of conversation and refreshments with colleagues and future academic librarians.
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Wonder why Google's homepage doodle featured a barcode today? October 7 is the anniversary of the first patent for a barcode, awarded to Drexel alumni Bernard Silver '47 and Norman Joseph Woodland '47.
For more information about N.J Woodland, see this article from the May 8, 2000 Hagerty Library newsletter (pdf).<
Ellen B. Thompson Pyle, who studied illustration at the Drexel Institute from 1895-99, is the subject of a new exhibition at the Delaware Art Museum. "Illustrating Her World: Ellen B. T. Pyle," is on view until January 3, 2010. Can't make it to Wilmington for the show? Check out the exhibition catalogue in the University Archives.
Drexel alumna Sarah Stolfa has recently published a book of her photographs of patrons of McGlinchey’s tavern in Philadelphia. Her book, The Regulars is available for your perusal on the Drexel Authors shelf of the Archives reading room (on the Lower Level of Hagerty Library).
See more of Sarah Stolfa's photographs at
Our warmest congratulations to all of our students who will be graduating this week!
As you head towards that finish line, please take a minute to make sure that you've returned all books and videos to the libraries, and cleared any outstanding fines. You can checkyour record online, stop by the circulatio
Please allow alumni to access some of the journals from home. Driving down to Philadelphia just to access the journal from Drexel’s computers is just wasting people’s time and gas.
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