The Winter 2018 issue of the library’s BookMarks newsletter is available! Read it here, and don’t forget to subscribe for updates about future issues: Winter 2018 Newsletter In This Issue Quiet Areas — Curious about all those new signs around the building? Or maybe you’ve been frustrated by trying to find a quiet corner in the library […]Read More Winter 2018 Newsletter
Long Night Against Procrastination Is it really February already? Some of us are feeling the days counting down as due dates and deadlines creep ever closer. Fortunately, Hannon Library can help students make headway in those to-do lists. That’s right; the Long Night Against Procrastination returns! Tuesday, February 13, 2018 8 pm to midnight Hannon […]Read More Procrastination = Bad. Pizza = Good.
Read a good book lately? No, not a textbook, or a journal article, or any one of the many pieces of information you read for classes. We mean a good book, one with a captivating story that carries your mind away to a different world inhabited by memorable characters. The kind of story that stays […]Read More Featured Fiction
Join writer and naturalist Pepper Trail for his talk “Voyage to the Origin of Species: Reminiscences of Charles Darwin.” February 8, 2018, 4 pm Hannon Library, Meese Room Southern Oregon University Celebrating Charles Darwin This event celebrates International Darwin Day, commemorating the birthday of Charles Darwin and his contributions to the sciences of biology and […]Read More Bringing Charles Darwin to Life
Sue Naumes presents “Pear Box Labels: the History of the Rogue Valley” Thursday, February 1, 2018 at 4 pm at Southern Oregon University’s Hannon Library (Meese Room). This event is free and open to the public. Pear box labels tell the story of Southern Oregon’s agricultural history, its economic wealth and, thanks to Sue Naumes, […]Read More Pear Box Labels Tell the Story