The library welcomed close to 60 entering students during First Week orientation. Our session was billed as “Food for the Body and the Mind.” While students munched on a breakfast of coffee, juice, and bagels, they heard about the there | here divide in library resources and services: in what ways they can use the library without being physically present vs. why they may want to come anyway and, for some things, why they will still need to show up in person. (For one, it would have been hard to serve up that tasty breakfast virtually). It was good to see fresh faces, to greet new students eager to begin their programs, and to be reminded of our responsibility to help them find what they need when they come to us – whether in person or remotely. With our ample and fine collection of books, journals, CDs, DVDs, and online resources, we know the nourishment (at least for the mind) will continue.