Category Archives: Library Collections

Newsletter: Spring 2017

The Spring 2017 of the library’s BookMarks newsletter is available! Read it here, and don’t forget to subscribe for updates about future issues. CLICK TO READ Included in this issue: Upcoming event announcements Library staff news Updates to Hannon’s digital

Newsletter: Spring 2017

The Spring 2017 of the library’s BookMarks newsletter is available! Read it here, and don’t forget to subscribe for updates about future issues. CLICK TO READ Included in this issue: Upcoming event announcements Library staff news Updates to Hannon’s digital

National Library Week

April 9-15 is National Library Week! Take a moment to show the libraries in your life how much you care about them. And remember, sometimes the simplest ways are the best ways to give your support. Here are some things

National Library Week

April 9-15 is National Library Week! Take a moment to show the libraries in your life how much you care about them. And remember, sometimes the simplest ways are the best ways to give your support. Here are some things

Lend Us Your Voices

Calling all students! Hannon Library needs your help. We want to know what you need from your university library, so please… lend us your voices. All SOU students will soon receive an email link to a 10-minute survey. By completing

Lend Us Your Voices

Calling all students! Hannon Library needs your help. We want to know what you need from your university library, so please… lend us your voices. All SOU students will soon receive an email link to a 10-minute survey. By completing

World Theatre Day

March 27 is World Theatre Day, a day meant to commemorate all forms of theatre and to promote the value of theatre arts world-wide. Celebrate your play appreciation with these new additions to Hannon Library’s book collections: Shakespeare in Cold

World Theatre Day

March 27 is World Theatre Day, a day meant to commemorate all forms of theatre and to promote the value of theatre arts world-wide. Celebrate your play appreciation with these new additions to Hannon Library’s book collections: Shakespeare in Cold

Library Newsletter

Hannon Library is bringing back its BookMarks newsletter with a new, digital format and more frequent publications. Get special announcements and learn about what’s new and exciting at Hannon. The first new issue is available! Read it here, and don’t forget

Library Newsletter

Hannon Library is bringing back its BookMarks newsletter with a new, digital format and more frequent publications. Get special announcements and learn about what’s new and exciting at Hannon. The first new issue is available! Read it here, and don’t forget

Government E-Resources for Youth

Want to learn more about government information? Are you an educator struggling to help your students navigate the wealth of online documents out there? Hannon Library’s own Dotty Ormes, Government Information & Instruction Librarian, has written a book to help

Government E-Resources for Youth

Want to learn more about government information? Are you an educator struggling to help your students navigate the wealth of online documents out there? Hannon Library’s own Dotty Ormes, Government Information & Instruction Librarian, has written a book to help

Go Skate Day

If you hear the roar of wheels being shoved across pavement tomorrow, don’t be alarmed. June 21 is Go Skate Day, a holiday where the only rule is to go out and skateboard. “read the latest issue of Thrasher and Skateboarder Magazine

Go Skate Day

If you hear the roar of wheels being shoved across pavement tomorrow, don’t be alarmed. June 21 is Go Skate Day, a holiday where the only rule is to go out and skateboard. “read the latest issue of Thrasher and Skateboarder Magazine

Music at the Close

In honor of the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare, SOU’s Hannon Library will host an afternoon of Shakespearean highlights, featuring Geoff Ridden. April 20, 2016 4:00 PM Meese Room free parking Geoff Ridden is an actor, musician, and

Music at the Close

In honor of the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare, SOU’s Hannon Library will host an afternoon of Shakespearean highlights, featuring Geoff Ridden. April 20, 2016 4:00 PM Meese Room free parking Geoff Ridden is an actor, musician, and

The Legacy of John Trudell

John Trudell (b. Feb. 15, 1946 – d. Dec. 8, 2015) was a Native activist and poet that made history in 1969 when he and a group of Native American activists occupied Alcatraz Island for over a year. This action led

The Legacy of John Trudell

John Trudell (b. Feb. 15, 1946 – d. Dec. 8, 2015) was a Native activist and poet that made history in 1969 when he and a group of Native American activists occupied Alcatraz Island for over a year. This action led

Thank you, Dale Luciano!

Hannon Library’s DVD collection reaches 5,000 items. Gifts from Dale Luciano (SOU Emeritus, Theater) account for over half of Hannon Library’s extensive film collection. For many years, at regular intervals, Dale has delivered batches of 100 DVDs for donation. Every year, he

Thank you, Dale Luciano!

Hannon Library’s DVD collection reaches 5,000 items. Gifts from Dale Luciano (SOU Emeritus, Theater) account for over half of Hannon Library’s extensive film collection. For many years, at regular intervals, Dale has delivered batches of 100 DVDs for donation. Every year, he