Out of the Archives: Back to the Blogosphere
Hello! After a long sojourn from blogging, we have returned! The Le Moyne Archive sees a lot of stuff come in, and as our name suggests we must organize, understand and save it. A lot has been done up here on the second floor of the Noreen, so let’s review before we get back to … Continue reading Out of the Archives: Back to the Blogosphere
Monday, September 24, 2018
| Recent History at LMC: The PAC|
Recently in History: Find it in the archives! Performing Arts at Le Moyne and the 24-hour Project: In the Spring, many departments on campus offer opportunities for the students to take on larger, creative, leadership roles in the campus community. The visual and performing arts department (VPA) is no exception. More affectionately known as “the … Continue reading Recent History at LMC: The PAC
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
What are the Archives?|
This blog serves to inform students, faculty, alumni, staff, and the Le Moyne community about the things that you may find of interest about the archives as well as to promote further use of the archives. For example, did you know that there are classes at Le Moyne that encourage and even require the use … Continue reading What are the Archives?
Tuesday, April 04, 2017
| Moving Up Day: June 11, 1948|
Today in history: Moving Up Day! When Le Moyne first opened for classes in September of 1947, it was operating out of various temporary locations. One was the Hiscock Mansion on James Street and the other was Le Moyne Hall, which was located on E. Onondaga Street. While classes met throughout the first school year, … Continue reading Moving Up Day: June 11, 1948
Thursday, June 11, 2015
Today while digging around our collection, I came across some copies of The Salt Well. The Salt Well was the literary magazine of the college, a predecessor to today’s Salamander. (The Salamander was first published in 1975). The volumes are relatively light, and contain much more prose than poetry (a trend that is reversed in … Continue reading Today’s treasure!
Friday, June 05, 2015
| Using the Archives|
Any members of the Le Moyne community (students, faculty, staff, alumni) or interested researchers from the general public are invited to use the archives! Our holdings are vast and date all the way back to the formation of the college. We have blueprints of buildings, oral history recordings from past faculty/staff, old yearbooks, letters, correspondence, … Continue reading Using the Archives
Thursday, June 04, 2015
Why should we care?|
Obviously I am a huge dork and find all of this interesting, but I was curious to see who else (if anyone) cared. I created a survey and got 118 responses (most from Class of 2018-Class of 2009). There were a variety of answers and opinions, as could be expected. Here are some of the … Continue reading Why should we care?
Tuesday, June 02, 2015
| In which the author introduces herself…|
One of the tricky things about being a writer is finding your voice. As a Creative Writing major during my time at Le Moyne, one of the first things I would assess in workshops was the different voices of my fellow writers. I took two forays into the world of playwriting, and the most challenging … Continue reading In which the author introduces herself…
Sunday, May 31, 2015
But what do archives do?!|
If you found your way here, you know (or, you know now!) that this is the brand new blog of the Le Moyne College Archives. We are so excited to be able to share more of the treasures, secrets, stories, and history that’s held in the Archives with you, the Le Moyne and Jesuit communities, … Continue reading But what do archives do?!
Thursday, May 28, 2015