Need Research Help?

String Bean QuestionYou’re back from fall break and the work is ramping up—remember that the super-nice and friendly folks at the Library (that’s us!) are here to help you.  If you’ve forgotten who your First-Year Librarian is, check the table below, send a quick email, and be on your way to better research and less stress!

Class of 2017 First Year Librarian Assignments
Alphabetical Range of Students First Year Librarian Librarian Email Librarian Extension
Aborn-Bush Joan Campbell x3285
Bottone-Colau Judy Montgomery x3749
Colin-Fisher Karl Fattig x3027
Fisher-Growney Karen Jung x3311
Gruber-Jacobson Carr Ross x3545
Jaques-Likhanskaia Leanne Pander x3260
Lillis-Moody Mike McDermott x3856
Moore-Penn Sue O’Dell x3265
Pfannenstiel-Sanchez Gonzales Anne Haas x3690
Scarlett-Tidona Carmen Greenlee x3286
Tiernan-Zhang Barbara Levergood x3351

Color Photocopying and Printing Available at H-L Library

Color photocopying and printing are available in the copier/printer area in the basement of Hawthorne-Longfellow Library.  Charges are NOT part of your printing allocation, but are deducted from your OneCard account.  Please see the OneCard Printing FAQ for further information on charges for printing and photocopying. For assistance with the color copier/printer, please ask at the H-L Circulation Desk.


Group Study Spaces Available

Group StudyCan’t study in your dorm room?  Come on over!  Comfortable individual and group study spaces, including rooms equipped with a varying combination of computers, whiteboards, large screen displays for computer or DVD projection and TV/DVD players are available in H-L and Hatch Science Libraries. Check out the rooms available and the directions for booking here.


Last Chance: Library Tour, Wednesday, Sept. 18

ReminderCalling all first-years!  Mark your calendar and meet in the lobby of the H-L Library on Wednesday, Sept. 18 at 4:00 for a 30-45-minute student-led tour of the Library.  If you can’t make this tour, please email your First Year Librarian or Leanne Pander at

>>>Where do I check out books? (Wait, where can I even FIND a book?)

Where can I find my course reserves? (What ARE course reserves anyway?)

Where are the Hubbard Stacks (and do they really have GLASS floors?)

Find out the answers to these questions and lots of others when you stop by for a 30-45-minute tour of the Hawthorne-Longfellow Library, led by one of your fellow students and designed especially for first-years on:

Wednesday, Sept.18: 4:00. Tours begin in the H-L Library lobby.