Author Archives: Wade Moricle

Puzzles as relaxation

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Rose Harris’ daughter excels in the classroom and on the field

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Erin Harris, daughter of LITS employee Rose Harris (ITSMO), is a freshman starter on the Kennesaw State Soccer team. Erin, who plays forward, started all 19 matches this season and finished 5th on the team in points. She also made the Dean’s List this fall. Erin played soccer at Peachtree Ridge High School, where she was […]

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18th Annual Twelfth Night a reveler’s dream

Twelfth Night, the annual development event supporting the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives & Rare Book Library, was held recently and saw its largest turnout in almost a decade. The reception and poetry reading were attended by leaders and donors from across the Emory Libraries community. Over 140 people attended this year’s event. Twelfth Night is […]

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NDB and 1762 get new coffee service called First Choice

LITS is testing a new coffee service and it is good to the last drop. After conducting a user test and some costs analysis, LITS Business and Administration has selected First Choice as a new coffee vendor available to the division. Located locally in Norcross, GA, First Choice won the bid primarily because it is […]

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LITS recent headlines and upcoming events

Recent LITS headlines: Emory Report news: Emory’s Science Commons exhibit has robot theme, science quotes for Atlanta Science Fest Emory Report news: Irish women poets to give readings this spring at Emory ECDS news: Emory Digital Humanities Symposium: DH for the Study and Teaching of South Asia Upcoming LITS events: (go HERE for more information […]

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Digital signage shines brightly in Emory Libraries

After months of planning and testing, Emory Libraries unveiled the first phase in a comprehensive digital signage program last week that could lead to eventual adoption of new signage standards throughout LITS and beyond. The service features a multitude of screens, fixed both vertically and horizontally depending on the space, which have been installed in […]

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James Steffen receives positive review for work on the Colour of Pomegranates

James Steffen, Film Studies & Media Librarian, participated in the research to restore the 1969 film Colour of Pomegranates by Sergei Parajanov.  The restored film was recently reviewed by Sight and Sound, a leading film magazine.  In the review, the work which James contributed is recognized: According to Home Cinema‘s Michael Brooke, “The film’s many internal mysteries, […]

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