Thursday, December 13, 2012

Holiday Hours Update

 


from the staff at the Reg Erhardt Library!


The Library will be open on a limited schedule throughout this holiday season.
December 15 – 16 (Sat & Sun)          Closed
December 17 –  21 (Mon – Fri)         8 am – 5 pm
December 22 – 23 (Sat & Sun)          Closed 
December 24 (Mon)                           8 am – Noon
December 25 –  January 1                 Closed
January 2 – January 4 (Wed –  Fri)   8 am – 5 pm
January 5 – 6 (Sat & Sun)                   Closed

Regular hours resume on Monday, January 7, the first day of the Winter semester.


We look forward to seeing you in 2013!

Monday, December 10, 2012

Library Staff Picks: Favorite Christmas Movies:

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Here is a list of our favorite Christmas movies:
  1. A Charlie Brown Christmas
  2. A Christmas Carol
  3. The Bishop’s Wife
  4. The Christmas Story
  5. Die Hard
  6. ELF
  7. Four Christmases
  8. The Ghost of Christmas Eve – By the Trans-Siberian Orchestra
  9. Holiday
  10. Home Alone
  11. How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Animated Version with Boris Karloff)
  12. It’s A Wonderful Life
  13. Love Actually
  14. Meet Me in St. Louis
  15. Miracle on 34th Street
  16. Muppet Christmas Carol
  17. National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
  18. Nightmare before Christmas
  19. Polar Express
  20. Prancer
  21. The Ref
  22. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
  23. Scrooged
  24. Trading Places
  25. White Christmas
We hope you will have time to sit back, relax and watch one of these great movies over the Christmas break. Happy Holidays!

Did you know...

In the 1985-1986 school year many of the building and roads on campus were renamed?


Among several other shifts occurring at Sait in the mid-1980's, during the 1985-1986 school year the Sait campus was undergoing an extensive rejuvenation project. Alongside the opening of the newly constructed Colonel James Walker Building in 1986, many of the buildings and roadways at the main and satellite campuses were renamed in honor of individuals who had contributed to either the history of the institute or that of the city and province. Utilitarian names such as East Block and South Complex were replaced by titles such as the John Ware Building or Senator Burns Building, providing students with not only more recognizable names, but a stronger connection to the history of both the province and the institute. Similar to the buildings on campus, roadway names such as Fowler Drive and Boyce Crescent were established in recognition of the impact that Sait's past leaders have had on the institute. With the recent announcement of the renaming of the Heart Building as the Stan Grad Building, and the Sait Library to the Reg Erhardt Library, this trend continues to shape the face of campus even now.
To find out more about these and many other changes that have occured throughout the history of Sait, please contact the Sait Archives or view our online collections.