Fall 2017 Final Exam Schedule
Wednesday, December 6 – Thursday, December 14
LAST DAY OF CLASS (Regular session) – Monday, December 4
STUDY DAY – Tuesday, December 5, 2017 and Friday, December 8, 2017
8:10-9:00AM Mon Dec 11 8:00-10:30AM
9:10-10:00AM Wed Dec 13 8:00-10:30AM
10:10-11:00AM Wed Dec 06 8:00-10:30AM
11:10-12:00PM Mon Dec 11 11:00-1:30PM
12:10-1:25PM Wed Dec 13 11:00-1:30PM
1:40-2:55PM Wed Dec 06 1:45-4:15PM
3:10-4:25PM Mon Dec 11 1:45-4:15PM
5:30-6:45PM Wed Dec 06 4:30-7:00PM
7:00-8:15PM Mon Dec 11 7:15-9:45PM
8:10-9:25AM Tues Dec 12 8:00-10:30AM
9:35-10:50AM Thurs Dec 07 8:00-10:30AM
11:00-12:15PM Tues Dec 12 11:00-1:30PM
2:10-3:25PM Thurs Dec 07 1:45-4:15PM
3:35-4:50PM Tues Dec 12 1:45-4:15PM
5:30-6:45PM Thurs Dec 07 4:30-7:00PM
7:00-8:15PM Thurs Dec 07 7:15-9:45PM
Online Sat Dec 09 4:30-7:00PM
M (once a week) Classes
2:10-4:55PM Mon Dec 11 1:45-4:15PM
5:30-8:15PM Mon Dec 11 4:30-7:00PM
7:00-9:45PM Mon Dec 11 7:15-9:15PM
T (once a week) Classes
2:10-4:55PM Tues Dec 12 1:45-4:15PM
5:30-8:15PM Tues Dec 12 4:30-7:00PM
7:00-9:45PM Tues Dec 12 7:15-9:45PM
W (once a week) Classes
2:10-4:55PM Wed Dec 06 1:45-4:15PM
5:30-8:15PM Wed Dec 06 4:30-7:00PM
7:00-9:45PM Wed Dec 06 7:15-9:45PM
TH (once a week) Classes
2:10-4:55PM Thurs Dec 07 1:45-4:15PM
5:30-8:15PM Thurs Dec 07 4:30-7:00PM
7:00-9:45PM Thurs Dec 07 7:15-9:45PM
8:30-11:45AM Sat Dec 09 8:00-10:30AM
10:00-12:45PM Sat Dec 09 11:00-1:30PM
1:00-4:45PM Sat Dec 09 1:45-4:15PM
Congratulations to Dr. Richard L. Ludwick, Ninth President of the University of St. Thomas.
Christian Latin Texts (in Latin) is home to Aristoteles Latinus database, the complete corpus of medieval translations of the works of Aristotle. These texts constituted the main tools for the study of science and philosophy in the Middle Ages.
This database contains texts that are critically edited in the printed Aristoteles Latinus series, and other corpora of publication complete the database.
Brepolis is the home of all online projects of Brepols Publishers and its partners, aimed at the international community of humanities scholars. Select access to databases on the Brepolis webpage before accessing Aristoteles Latinus
Click on the image above or on Aristoteles Latinus Database > click on Christian Latin Texts (in Latin) from the subject database list > select “Enter databases” on the Brepolis webpage.
Ariel Hess is the new Weekend Librarian at the Doherty Library. She works at other libraries in Houston and her interests are many and various. She enjoys gardening, sewing, gaming, and cooking. She also enjoys blogging, so maybe she can help with any production work for the World Wide Web you have in mind.
Ms. Hess enjoys working as a librarian because, in general, she likes helping people and teaching someone something new. She “loves the feeling of a person leaving the library with new information and the look on their faces when they have their ‘eureka’ moment.”
Ariel Hess’ favorite items are:
Books, Cats, Candy Corn (Only on Halloween), Whoppers, Hot Cheetos, Spaghetti, Organization.
Authors: John Green, Marie Lu, Jenny Han.
Books: Young Adult-Tween Books.
Activities: Going to the bookstore, shopping, going to the park, museums, exploring new things, facing my fears.
We welcome Ariel to the Doherty Library and thank her for adding new talent to our list of skills.