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Panels

When School for Children’s Admissions decided to upgrade and renovate their offices they called us to look after some panels that had graced their walls for a number of years. We saw then and immediately said. “Yes, we want them.”

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New Exhibit from the College Archives

Need a break from the back to school rush? Come check out the new exhibit on Multimedia in the College Archives in the Library Lobby! Not on campus? The online component can be viewed here. Let us know what you

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Occasional Paper Series Exhibit

Sometimes you need some space in time to realize how much work has been done. Archivist Lindsey Wyckoff put this collection of Occasional Papers (1999 – 2009) on display in the library’s lobby. We were amazed at how much had

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Infancy Institute

Next time you’re in the lobby enjoying a well-earned break, take time out to view an exhibit put together to celebrate the college’s Infancy Institute. The Infancy Institute is now in its 22nd year.

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Folk Toys

Bank Street College archivist Lindsey Wyckoff has put together an exhibit of folk toys and objects handcrafted by alumnus Wilbur Rippy ’54 (1923 – 2006). During his time at Bank Street, Rippy was director of the Teachers Corp Project and

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This is our new meditation, prayer, nursing space. ​@katyehbooks talking to the 11/12s about The Truth About Twinkie Pie last spring​. Can't wait to welcome Kat back to Bank Street as our Dorothy Carter Writer-in-Residence this spring! Yay! #tbt Love this shot of Pres. John Niemeyer and his wife reading The Runaway Bunny, taken for Australian Women's Weekly in 1961 #tbt #bankstreetarchives Organizing Irma Black Award submissions! Wall tattoo. What a pleasure to listen to these two amazing women last night!! Childhood friends Meg Medina & RJ Palacio discussed their lives, families, work, and inspiration and how to offer hope and support to all right now. Just came across this quote from Lucy Sprague Mitchell in an old newsletter. "...I should wish to work along many lines to develop people who both understand and care about what happens to human beings everywhere." #tbt Happy Election Day!