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Cremin brings positive atmosphere to library

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New library aide Aidan Cremin  helps students throughout the day. Here he gets a chrome book for junior Louis Stamoulis.

New library aide Aidan Cremin helps students throughout the day. Here he gets a chrome book for junior Louis Stamoulis.

Annemarie Wood

Annemarie Wood

New library aide Aidan Cremin helps students throughout the day. Here he gets a chrome book for junior Louis Stamoulis.

Raiya Sehgal, Staff Writer

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As the new library aide, Aidan Cremin brings more to the table than just an extensive knowledge of the Dewey Decimal System. As a 2010 Algonquin graduate, he is familiar with Algonquin and is determined to add to the library atmosphere.

Cremin graduated from The University of New Hampshire as an English major. While in high school, he was a student athlete. His basketball team made playoffs for three consecutive years and his soccer team won the CMASS title. Even with all the success in athletics, Cremin looks back on those days with one main regret: he wasn’t active in any clubs at school.

“If I could go back that’s the one thing I would change,” Cremin said. “I definitely would have utilized all the awesome clubs and resources we have here.”

Now that Cremin is back at Algonquin, he is taking full advantage of the library.

“It’s my favorite place to be,” Cremin said. “You get to interact with people all day. You get to help them find books they want to read, help them with their classes and it’s just a great place.”

Cremin can be found helping students at the front desk, taking care of the computer labs and pulling books for teachers to use in class. His addition to the library has also introduced a new dynamic to the library staff.

“[Cremin adds] the perspective of youth and [the fact that he is a] male,” Librarian Kimberly Honey said. “With Mrs. Amberson and I being females, it’s great because it allows him to have a different view on books. And when we are talking about programming in the library he adds another dimension to what might be appealing to the students here at Algonquin.”

Cremin has brought some new ideas to to the library as well.

“We started the Twitter account,” Cremin said. “It’s a great way to get a lot of information out in the library. We don’t get to see everybody every day and it’s a way for us to get information out about what we are doing in the library, like about the speaker series or book bingo. We are doing a lot of fun stuff  here in the library. We share book reviews and new books coming out and a lot of good information that students should take advantage of.”

Outside of school, Cremin enjoys playing board games, going to concerts and coaching basketball.

“I got to coach a lot of the guys on the  [ARHS] team this year [during summer leagues],” Cremin said. “It was cool seeing them coming in as freshman to now as juniors and seniors, and see how far they’ve come.”

Cremin loves to work in the library and is very happy to be back at Algonquin.

“I spent my whole life here in Northborough,” Cremin said. “I built a lot of good relationships and just having been a student here I knew what a great place it was to come every day.”

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