The library’s hours during Thanksgiving break are as follows:
Wednesday, November 23: 8 am – 5 pm.
Thursday, November 24: Closed
Friday, November 25: Closed
Saturday, November 26: Closed
Sunday, November 27: Open 5 pm – 1 a.m.
Regular hours resume Monday, November 28.
We wish everyone a safe and restful break!
Drop in research and citation help for seniors!
Tuesday November 15, 22 and 29
Drop by the big table on the first floor of the library for help finding sources, formatting citations, using Zotero, and more. There will be snacks!
Can’t make the clinic? Request an appointment to meet with a librarian anytime.
Exhibit of artwork and research embracing the role of birds as messengers and kin by Krista Caballero, Co-Director and Artist in Residence at the Center for Experimental Humanities, and sound artist Frank Ekeberg.
November 3 – December 31, 2022
First-floor lobby and second-floor Sussman Room
Reception to meet Krista Caballero
Wednesday, November 9, 4:00 – 6:00 pm
Charles P. Stevenson, Jr. Library, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
Krista Caballero, Some Spells Are Bigger (pinyon jay), composite photograph
In observation of Native American Heritage Month, please join us at the library for a talk with Heather Bruegl:
Decolonizing Thanksgiving: Learn about what really happened marking the first Thanksgiving and learn of ways to decolonize the holiday and honor Indigenous peoples.
When: Thursday 11/17 at 6 p.m.
Where: Stevenson Library (first floor Browsing area)
Co-sponsored by the Friends of Stevenson Library and the Office of the Dean of Inclusive Excellence.
The HistoryMakers Digital Archive is the largest African American video oral history collection. This primary source collection has over 3,000 interviews of African American educators, religious leaders, political activists, artists, and many more. The aim of the HistoryMakers Digital Archive is to preserve and elevate African American history and culture, as well as to highlight stories of well-known and unsung African Americans from diverse backgrounds.
Shut Up & Sproj provides you with a quiet, communal space to work on your Senior Project. Starting Monday, September 5, we will meet Mondays from 3:30 to 5:00 pm in Stevenson Library 402 and Fridays from 3:30 to 5:00 pm on Zoom. By making the commitment to show up for your Senior Project each week, you can turn 1.5 hours of focused work into a stable routine that yields real results over time. Note that “Senior Project work” is anything that moves your project forward.
Did you know that the library has a subscription to the New York Times?
It works a little differently than our other resources, but it’s easy to use after the initial sign-up!
Here’s how it works:
To register at the New York Times site, you have to use this link
Please use your Bard email address. Students will be prompted to give a graduation date. Staff and faculty will need to renew their accounts every 4 years.
Do you already have a paid account and want to cancel your subscription? You will need to contact NYT Customer Care before trying to sign up for the complimentary Bard subscription. [email protected] / 800-591-9233 / Chat
Our subscription covers mostly current articles and unfortunately, NYT Cooking and the Crosswords are not included.
Are you looking for an older article? Your best bet would be to use The Historical New York Times , it covers 1850 to 3 years ago.
Once you have your account set-up, you can just go to nytimes.com, no need to visit the library’s page after initial set-up.