“Sights & Sounds: The 50th Anniversary of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music” – May Gallery, March 22 – May 18

1967 Ward Hall Dedication with Justine Ward
Justine Ward with His Eminence Patrick Cardinal O’Boyle and Vice Rector Monsignor James A. Magner at the dedication ceremony of Ward Hall, October 4, 1967. Courtesy of University Archives, University Libraries.

The exhibit “Sights & Sounds: The 50th Anniversary of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music” will be on display in the May Gallery from March 22 through May 18.

Maintaining a tradition of excellence from the studio to the Broadway stage, from singing at the Met to teaching piano in Afghanistan, faculty and students of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music have served as ambassadors for The Catholic University of America. This exhibit highlights some achievements and the people behind those efforts.

May Gallery Exhibit: “Bridging Sign & Script” – January 31 – March 9

Exhibit Poster, lobby (2x3')

Exhibit extended to March 9!

Mount Serabit in the Sinai desert of Egypt is the site of the discovery of some of the earliest examples of West Semitic alphabet writing.  This Proto-Sinaitic script has been called the first alphabet.  The exhibit focuses on the work of the 1930 Harvard-Catholic University Joint Expedition to Serabit-el-Khadim and on the contributions of Fr. Romain Butin, S.M. who served as research epigrapher.

Curated by Michelle Datiles, GLP, the exhibit includes materials from the Epigraphic Collection in the Semitics/Institute of Christian Oriental Research Library. The exhibit is on display now through February 28 March 9 in the May Gallery of the John K. Mullen of Denver Memorial Library

Outstanding CUA Alumni in Mullen Library’s May Gallery

Come and learn about notable figures from the Catholic University of America’s history in our “Outstanding CUA Alumni” exhibit located in the May Gallery of Mullen Library. The exhibit will be up from October through December of 2014. Outstanding CUA Alumni include: Jon Voight, Julie Nixon Eisenhower, Martin O’Malley, Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan, Venerable Fulton J. Sheen, and Paula A. Vogel.

Games @ the Library

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Mullen Library and SLIS invite you to

Library Game Night

Thursday April 22 from 7-9pm

in the MERIC and May Gallery

Take a break from studying and join us for our first ever Library Game Night. We’ll provide classic board games, video games, and snacks.  Check out the invitation here: http://bit.ly/aGLrFL

Grab your friends and head on over!