Friends Events

See the Libraries' "News & Events" page for more upcoming Library events.

Spring 2015

I Love My Library Day Poster

I Love My Library Day
Wednesday, February 11, in the afternoon

A valentine-themed celebration featuring afternoon teas, valentine-making and lots of fun activities in all four campus libraries. For more information, see SCL News & Events.

Meg Wolitzer

​​Meg Wolitzer in Conversation with Bethanne Patrick '85
Thursday, ​April 16, 7:30 pm, Neilson Library Browsing Room

​Pulitzer Prize winning novelist Meg Wolitzer will talk about her ​life as a novelist and the influence of Sylvia Plath. ​​Wolitzer studied creative writing at Smith and went on to graduate from Brown University in 1981. She published her first novel - a story of three college women obsessed with poetry and death -  the following year. Since then, Wolitzer has produced many novels, all critically acclaimed, often exploring themes of gender and identity; novels like​ ​Belzhar, ​The Interestings, The Uncoupling, The Ten-Year Nap, ​T​he Position ​and​ The Wife.​ Mark your calendar now for what promises to be a most interesting discussion.

Past FSCL Events.