Current issues forum during national library week
April 16-21 is National Library Week.
Associate Dean of the Division of Library Services, Linda Poston, recently announced that during this national observance, Bailey Library will host a Current Issues Forum on Wednesday, April 18. The forum will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Reference Room at Bailey Library on the Rockland County campus.
“Time Capsule: Pranks, Prohibitions and Personalities from Nyack’s Past” will be a part of the college's 125th year celebration. Featured panelists will be Nyack College’s seventh president, Dr. Thomas Bailey; associate dean of the Division of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Dr. Lyndell O’Hara; and associate dean of the Division of Bible and Christian Ministry, Dr. Ronald Walborn.
The Current Issues Forum will begin and end with door prizes. Come win a Barnes & Noble, Starbucks, or Dunkin Donuts gift card. Come celebrate 125 years of Christian higher education!
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