Category: The Sage Historian

Library Survey extended to Mar 10th. Take the survey.

Take the library survey.  Survey runs til March 10th. Click here to access the 2020 Sage Libraries Survey.

SAGE Video – Leadership Collection Trial

The Library is conducting a trial of SAGEVideo– Leadership Collection, now through MARCH 13th, 2020.  To access the trial, click here. Please send us your valuable feedback though this brief survey. r About SAGE Video- Leadership Collection: This cross-disciplinary video resource represents the field of leadership

Library Research Award – Submit your paper

Click here for information on the 2020 Sage Libraries Reseach Award.

Library Hours-Opening Week

Click here for the Library Hours – Opening Week!      The Sage Libraries welcome new and returning students to the Fall 2019 semester. See you soon!

Reminder for Faculty

Open Educational Resources (OERs) are an option for your course resources. Take a look at the Sage Libraries Research Guide about OERs for more information. 

Libraries Closed for 4th of July

The Libraries will be closed Wednesday, July 3rd through Sunday, July 7th for the Fourth of July holiday. We will re-open at 8:30am on Monday, July 8th. For more info and holiday schedules, see the Hours page. 

After-hours study space, printing & computers

We recognize that shorter library hours may be impacting your study activity. Therefore, we have identified “after-hours” spaces that are open for study use during weekday evenings and on Saturdays. Please take advantage of these spaces on both campuses. Please note:  All

Libraries closed for July 4th holiday

The Libraries will be CLOSED for Independence Day on Monday, July 3, and Tuesday, July 4, 2017. We will return to our regular summer hours on Wednesday, July 5.

Earliest Remembrances: A Glance at Grace Moore’s Scrapbook, 1916-1920

Among The Sage Colleges Archives & Special Collection’s myriad holdings, scrapbooks constitute one of the largest, and arguably the most nostalgic, of our collections. A treasure trove of clippings, programs, photographs, and ephemera, the scrapbook collection offers a glimpse of Sage life that

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From Ricketts House to Ricketts Hall

Adjacent to Manning Hall, with an almost identical structure and facade, Ricketts Hall is known primarily as the home of RSC’s Physical and Occupational Therapy programs. That has been the case since 1995, anyway. Originally, Ricketts was a single row

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