Monthly Archives: May 2017

May 2017 Hours

The MacPhaidin Library

The Library will close at 4:30pm on Friday, May 12th, and will be closed Saturday and Sunday, May 13th-14th.

During the rest of May, the library is open 8:30am-4:30pm Monday-Friday, closed on the weekends and will close at 12pm on Friday, May 26th and remain closed until the morning of Tuesday, May 30th for the Memorial Day holiday.

Senior Reflections: Taylor Mace ’17

Each spring, the Library staff reach out to graduating student aides to share their reflections on working in the Library.  By working at the Library, student aides learn about library management, interpersonal relations, and customer service.  The Library staff is appreciative of all their hard work.

Taylor Mace ’17 will attend Suffolk University Law School in the fall.

Taylor Mace ’17 shared her thoughts on working in the Library over the past four years.  She is a Neuroscience major with an English minor from Pottstown, PA.  Taylor wrote, “My favorite parts of working in the library included getting to know a wider population of students and getting to know the library staff! I have worked in a library since 8th grade, so I think I will miss the atmosphere of working in a library.  My plans for graduation include law school with a focus on the combination of neuroscience and the law. I’m very excited to see what is to come after my time at Stonehill.”

Senior Reflections: Jess Moody ’17

Each spring, the Library staff reach out to graduating student aides to share their reflections on working in the Library.  By working at the Library, student aides learn about library management, interpersonal relations, and customer service.  The Library staff is appreciative of all their hard work.

Jess Moody ’17 has worked at the Circulation Desk for four years.

Jess Moody ’17 shared her thoughts on working in the Library over the past four years.  She is an Interdisciplinary major for Speech Pathology from Easton, MA.  Jess wrote, “I have loved working in the library over the past four years. My favorite part was working in the Summer. We did a lot of major projects during that time, so it was fun to see what progress we made.
I will miss all of the friendships I have made while working at the desk! From the friendly staff to the other student workers, I have met a lot of great people.
My plan for after graduation is to take a gap year before applying to grad school, and working in an elementary school as a paraprofessional to gain experience.”