New Costume Display

The library has a new costume display, on loan from the Oregon Center for the Arts at Southern Oregon University theatre program. These two costumes are from the 2018 production of The Rover by Aphra Behn, directed by Dawn Monique Williams. Both costumes were designed by Brandon McCowan and were worn by Angela Hernandez as […]

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Extended Building Hours

Quiet and finals weeks mean extended hours at the library! All students (including RCC, HEC, and local high school students) can access the building beyond normal closing hours—see below. Remember to bring your student ID to get in after midnight. Quiet Week Hours Sunday, June 3 — 11 am – 11 pm Monday, June 4 […]

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20 Is Our New Favorite Number

Hannon Library has, once again, made the ranks! In April 2018 the EDsmart organization released its listing of the top 51 Most Incredible College Libraries, with Hannon Library coming in at #20. “These gems provide an excellent selection of hard-to-find books, offer excellent study areas and wonderful views of the campus.” This list puts Southern […]

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Spring 2018 Newsletter

The Spring 2018 issue of the library’s BookMarks newsletter is available! Read it here, and don’t forget to subscribe for updates about future issues: Spring 2018 Newsletter In This Issue 65th Anniversary — This spring we celebrated our 65th anniversary as a Federal Depository Library with a day full of guest presentations, art, displays, and, of […]

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Susan B. Anthony Says A Word

Hannon Library presents Susan B. Anthony Says a Word, a 45-minute solo play written and performed by Miriam Reed and directed by Terri McMahon (Oregon Shakespeare Festival). Costumes by Sylvia Moss and Krista Johnson. Thursday, May 31 4 PM Hannon Library, Meese Room This one-woman performance by Miriam Reed Productions explores the life of a young […]

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