DANIEL CHERUBIN, Caleb T. Winchester University Librarian, died Sept. 13, 2017. He was 52. An alumnus of Bard College, he held an MS in library science from Columbia University and an MA in media studies from New School University. He came to Wesleyan in July 2016 after a nationwide search. He brought more than 20 years of experience in library and information services, most recently as chief librarian and associate dean at Hunter College in New York, where he oversaw four libraries. During his time at Wesleyan, he worked on initiatives to re-envision library spaces and to reorganize the library to meet the 21st century needs of students and faculty, as well as engaging people in person and via social media to heighten awareness about academic libraries and what they offer. He was a huge proponent of inclusiveness and diversity, and he enjoyed conversing with many students on Wesleyan’s campus to learn about their ideas and concerns, and how the library could help address them. Most recently, he published a chapter titled “Mentoring Across Boundaries and Across Borders: Looking Outside Your Comfort Zone (and Maybe Your Country!)” in the book Librarian As Mentor. Survivors include his mother, Margaret; his partner, Albert; his sister; and his brother.