Although the Theology and Ministry Library was open last year with minimal services, it re-opened this September with full time staff and with the full range of services you enjoy at all other BC libraries. The library's collections focus on theology and support the School of Theology and Ministry curriculum, but the building is open to all BC students.
Looking for a quiet, out of the way place to study in O'Neill? Try Level One. If you like windows, there are tables available overlooking 21 Campanella. There is also a cozy room adjacent to the government documents area where you will find tables and lounge chairs.
During the summer new carpet was installed on the entire main level of O'Neill Library. Study space on this level was expanded too by the removal of a number of book shelves in the window areas.
A new classroom was constructed in O'Neill Library that will be available for librarians teaching classes as well as used for general classes when Gasson undergoes more renovations in the coming year. The classroom is located in the back left hand corner of the main level.
During Welcome Week Gargan Hall at Bapst was transformed into a gaming room with projection screens, Wii, and PlayStations. For the second time in 2008 students were able to play Guitar Hero, Rock Band, Mario Kart and other games while eating and drinking food provided by the University Libraries and Information Technology. Hourly prizes were also awarded. A small group of interested students volunteered to help organize the next game night which will probably be held during senior week 2009.