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Old Dominion Libraries Host Event April 21 for Faculty to De-Stress

It's that time of the semester.

Students are working their way through their final assignments and preparing for exams, so anxiety level is high. That stress extends to the University faculty, but the Old Dominion University Libraries is here to help.

The University Libraries is sponsoring De-Stress Fest from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday, April 21 in the Diehn Composers Room.

To show appreciation for the Old Dominion faculty, the University Libraries staff invite faculty members to drop by during the event for wine, snacks, art therapy, music and door prizes. All faculty are welcome.

RSVP to Lucinda Rush at lrush@odu.edu by April 20 to take part in this free event.

The Old Dominion University Libraries consists of the Patricia W. and J. Douglas Perry Library, the F. Ludwig Diehn Composers Room and the Elise N. Hofheimer Art Library.

Perry Library is home to most of the Old Dominion University Libraries' collections and services. It opened in its present location off 43rd Street in 1976, with a major addition and renovation completed in February 1998. It was renamed the Patricia W. and J. Douglas Perry Library and was dedicated on April 15, 1999. In 2011, a Learning Commons opened on the first floor.

Additionally, the Perry Library contains the Special Collections Department, which includes the University Archives and books and printed material relating to Virginia and Tidewater history.

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