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Krupp Library’s Where’d you go, Bernadette Book Club
Posted On July 9, 2019
Join us on July 24th for a fun discussion about Marie Semple’s runaway hit, Where’d you go, Bernadette. We will be providing…
We have the books to take to the Beach this Summer…
Posted On June 28, 2019
Before you head to the beach (the boat, or the backyard) this summer, stop by the Library and escape into a great book for some…
Welcome to Freshman Orientation!
Posted On June 12, 2019
The Library welcomes all our new incoming students who are participating in the Bryant Freshmen Orientation over the coming weeks!…
Summer Reading Lists
Posted On June 6, 2019
Greetings from the library. It is is that time of year where your kiddos are coming home with their summer reading lists. We are…
library special collections
This is Bryant's original Archway, the South Hall portico, located at 1 Young Orchard Avenue, Providence, RI. Members of the Bryant community traditionally marched through this arch during commencement processionals and other celebratory events. Too big to move to Smithfield, this "archway" remains a part of Bryant’s old South Hall, now occupied by Brown University’s music department.
Study rooms can be reserved online by groups of Bryant students.
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