Monthly Archives: November 2016

Extended Hours for Exams

The Pitts Theology Library will offer extended hours for the upcoming Emory University exam period. Starting Monday, December 5th, the library will stay open until 11pm Sunday through Thursday and until 7pm on Friday and Saturday. After 5pm each day library access will be reserved for those who have Emory ID cards. The library will also […]

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Thanksgiving Hours

The Pitts Theology Library will close at 5pm on Wednesday, November 23rd, for the Thanksgiving Break. The Library will remain closed through Sunday, November 27th. The Library will re-open at 7:30am on Monday, November 28th. You can see a list of all library hours, including special closings, at http://pitts.emory.edu/hours. We hope everyone has a wonderful […]

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Book Small Group Study Rooms for Finals!

Some of the most popular resources at the Pitts Theology Library are our seven small group study rooms. These are the ideal spaces for collaborative studying. The rooms have tables for up to 6 people, and they include white boards and large LCD screens. For finals, we are allowing students to book rooms up to 14 days […]

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Take Control of Research Papers!

Do you have a paper due at the end of the semester? Do you want to find the best sources for your topic? Schedule a research consultation! Our reference librarians will work with you individually or in a small group to help you find the best strategies and sources for your research project. Let us help […]

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Exhibit Tours

2017 marks the 500th anniversary of Luther’s Ninety-Five Theses. As a prelude this year, Pitts Theology Library joins hands with four museums from the land of Luther in the exhibit, “Law and Grace: Martin Luther, Lucas Cranach, and the Promise of Salvation.” Building on the famous Cranach motif “Law and Grace,” this exhibit explores Luther’s […]

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