From 1947 to 1980, the third floor of Mack Library housed part of the library’s collection that was available for students to check out and was commonly called, “the closed stacks.” When the library expanded in 1980, “the closed stacks” were moved to the reading rooms on the first and second floors of the library.
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Where is your phone right now? On your desk? In your backpack? In your hand? Chances are you are always aware of your phone’s location and maybe even panic if you misplace it, and with good reason. Today, a phone is so much more than a communication device. It’s a calendar, a notepad, an alarm
Strossner’s Bakery, located at 21 Roper Mountain Road, has been a family favorite in the Greenville area for more than 70 years. The Strossner family opened the doors to their very own establishment in 1945. Fast forward to 2016, and the family-owned and -operated bakery is a successful business and go-to spot for many people
Walking into Mellow Mushroom can be a bit disorienting. Located in Main Street’s West End, the main entrance is small, and signs advertise the several other doors and paths to enter. Once you find it, the central hallway is painted with mushroom men and rainbows and leads to a standard open room with high industrial
“God has providentially chosen for me to have cancer at this point in my life,” said Dr. Brian Vogt, head of the Chemistry Department, “so that He will make me more like Christ and use me to influence other people.” Two years ago after discovering a lump in his neck, Vogt was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s