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On the cover: Framed by the wrought-iron archway on Third Street, the Miriam B. and James J. Mulva Library catches the early morning sun. The ellipse, a striking architectural element at the building’s northeast corner, houses on its second floor the Center for Norbertine Studies and, on its third floor, a fireplace lounge for comfortable reading and a wonderful new view of campus.
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St. Norbert College, "Fall 2009 Gateway to Learning" (2009). St. Norbert College Magazine 2007-2012. 10.