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Today's Hours

  • Biomedical Library Bldg.8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
  • Geisel Library Building7:30 AM – 6:00 PM
  • Geisel Study CommonsClosed

Back to the Future with the Brave New Library

Join us for an evening of fabulous food, entertainment, and stimulating conversation, featuring Dr. Sarah Thomas, Vice President of the Harvard Library, in the iconic Geisel Library


Closure for Recarpeting

The Geisel East Learning Commons (2nd Floor East) will be closed from August 17 through approximately September 3 for recarpeting. The OSD Room will also be unavailable during this time.

15th Annual Toy Piano Festival

Mark your calendars for August 30 & 31 and prepare to get your boogie-woogie on to an array of musical scores as we celebrate 15 years of Toy Piano festivities.


Please Excuse Our Noise on Geisel 1st Floor East

From Aug. 24 - Nov. 30, shelving at the north end of Geisel’s 1st Floor East will be removed and reinstalled, which may be loud and disruptive. Library users may wish to study in other areas of the Library during this time. We appreciate your cooperation.

WikiAPA Edit-a-Thon

Participate in creating Wikipedia entries on Asian Pacific American art and artists at 2pm on Wednesday, September 30. All are invited - no specialized knowledge of the subject or Wikipedia editing experience is required.


$3 Million Gift Kicks off Geisel Library Renovation

A $3 million gift from Audrey Geisel will spark a multi-year effort to revitalize Geisel Library's interior public spaces. The renovation will begin with the entry level (2nd floor).


Recalling Life on the Solomon Islands: 1958-1968

Photographs by American anthropologist, Harold Scheffler, document what social life in rural villages of the Solomons looked like between 1958 - 1968, including religious activities, ritual and dance.


Dr. Seuss's "Boids and Beasties" on Display All Summer Long

Original drawings by beloved children's author,Theodor Seuss Geisel -- featuring some of his most whimsical and fantastical creatures--are on display in Geisel Library from July 7 thru October 4, 2015.