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Esports Director Robert Skinnion is looking for Merrimack’s top gamers to represent the College on the virtual playing field.
Merrimack recently recognized more than 80 authors during Tolle Lege, an annual event celebrating faculty, staff, students and alumni who published in the last year.
“Follow your restless heart,” St. Augustine advised, and these writers did just that, exploring topics they are passionate about in books, scholarly journals and other publications. Eight faculty and staff presented highlights of their work to a packed room at the Writers House, including:
Kathryn Geoffrion-Scannell, director of McQuade Library, which sponsors Tolle Lege, said she was particularly struck by Duston’s perseverance. “He and his colleagues keep refining their experiments in the face of negative results.”
Find the Tolle Lege Collection on the second floor at McQuade. Tolle Lege is a reference to St. Augustine, who heard a voice telling him to “tolle lege,” or “pick up and read.” Reading the Bible led him to become a Christian — and a prolific writer.