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In honor of Presidents’ Day, the Hirsh Health Sciences Library will have shortened hours on Monday, February 19th. We will be open 12pm to 7 pm.

We will be open regular hours on Sunday (2/18) and again on Tuesday (2/20).

We hope you have a great weekend!

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the Hirsh Health Sciences Library will have shortened hours on Monday, January 15th. We will be open 12 pm to 7 pm.

We will be open regular hours on Sunday and again on Tuesday.

We hope you have a great weekend!

We’ll be closed for a few days next week due to the holidays! Here’s a refresher on our upcoming hours:

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Winter break is upon us, and Hirsh’s library hours will be changing a bit for the next two weeks. The abbreviated list is below, but you can find a full schedule right here on our site. We resume normal hours on January 2nd.

Beginning this weekend (12/16 & 12/17), the schedule will be:

Weekends: Closed

Weekdays: 8am – 5pm*

* We will be closed on the following weekdays: December 25th, December 26th, December 29th, & January 1st

 

We hope you all have a relaxing break, and we will see you again in January!

 

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Exam season is upon us, which means it’s time for Extended Hours! Hirsh Library extends its weekend hours to help you study, and we will be open from 10am to 10pm on the following days:

Saturday, December 2nd
Sunday, December 3rd

Saturday, December 9th
Sunday, December 10th

We will also have free coffee for you all on both Saturdays! The coffee is scheduled to show up at 6pm, so so you can come take a quick study break and commiserate while you caffeinate.

If you have any questions you can feel free to swing by the desk on Sackler 4 or call us at 617-636-6706. Otherwise, we look forward to seeing you the next two weekends.

Happy Studying!

 

 

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Thanksgiving is a time to eat feasts, be thankful, and to enjoy the ones you’re with. We hope you have a good Thanksgiving break and find some time to enjoy yourselves!

Please keep in mind that the library’s holiday hours will be as follows:

  • Wednesday November 22nd: Closing at 2pm
  • Thursday November 23rd: Closed
  • Friday November 24th: Closed
  • Saturday November 25th: Closed
  • Sunday November 26th: 12pm-10pm

Normal hours will resume on Monday November 27th. Stay tuned for information on extended hours during exam time.

 

In observance of the university holiday for Veterans Day on Friday 11/10, the library will be operating with limited hours. The Library Service Desk will be open from 12pm-7pm and the library offices will be closed for the day. We will resume our regular hours on Saturday and Sunday.

Thinking of using the long weekend to catch up on some studying? Check out our holiday weekend hours so you can plan ahead.

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Hello and welcome back for the 2017-2018 school year! Hirsh Library has got some great stuff lined up for you this fall, so keep your eyes on this blog in the coming months. But first: Labor Day.

This Monday, September 4th, the Hirsh Health Sciences Library will only be open from Noon to 7 pm. We will be back to our regular hours the next day.

We look forward to working with you all this year and hope you have a great first weekend back!

 

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Hello all! Some important news about library hours for the upcoming weekend and days surrounding Independence Day. The hours will look like this:

Friday, June 30th: 7:45 am – 5 pm

Saturday, July 1st: 10 am – 5 pm

Sunday, July 2nd: closed

Monday, July 3rd: closed

Tuesday, July 4th: closed

Wednesday, July 5th: 7:45 am – 11 pm (back to normal!)

Now I know what you’re wondering: “What will I do with all of my time if the library is closes at 5 and then stays closed for 3 extra days?” Well good news, Boston has you covered! There are parades, fireworks, and even a reading of the Declaration of Independence from the balcony of the Old State House! So you can head over here and see all the information about the events this weekend.

Enjoy your time off, make sure to check out some of the celebrations, and don’t forget to put on your sunscreen!

Happy Independence Day, everyone!

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