Ireland Library Continues ‘Search for the Holy Grail’ Through Six Media St. Thomas Newsroom April 11, 2012 During National Library Week, April 10-13, Ireland Library will conduct a daily “Search for the Holy Grail” Treasure Hunt via six media. The “Holy Grail” is one book that waits to be discovered in Ireland Library. A new book will serve as the “Holy Grail” each day this week. To find the “Holy Grail,” different clues will be distributed daily to each media: Bulletin Today Ireland Library Blog Facebook Twitter FourSquare Posters in the Theology, Catholic Studies and St. John Vianney departments The first person to find the day’s “Holy Grail” will receive a $5 deposit to his or her UST Express account. Everyone who finds the day’s “Holy Grail” will be entered into a grand prize drawing, which will be held at the end of the week for an Ireland Library T-shirt. Bulletin Today’s clues The bulletin’s “Holy Grail” clue for Wednesday, April 11, is: People study here in one big room, sometimes the air feels thick with gloom. * * * For the Tuesday, April 10, “Holy Grail” clue, see Bulletin Today (April 10, 2012).