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Everyone loves an end of year list, and your Meriam Library staff and faculty are no different! So here for you curious readers is our list of favorite titles of those we read in the past year. Our favorites span fiction in multiple genres, history, food/earth science, and business, and we hope you'll find something to enjoy here. Where the library already owns a copy, those have been linked to OneSearch -- but we'll soon have all of these titles available for checkout. Grab your own new favorite to enjoy a little break from screentime over the holiday break!
Before you immerse yourself in finals, or head off for the winter holiday, come enjoy a well deserved break with the Wildcat Gaming Club. They're hosting the last Game Night at Meriam Library for the calendar year on Friday, Dec 7th, from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. in the southeast corner of the 2nd floor.
The WGC will have board and card games on hand and have been running a couple room of role-playing games for Dungeons and Dragons.
Election Day has come and gone. The right to vote should not be taken for granted, remember those who fought hard to allow all of us to vote. Here are a number of reasons to vote--So you can complain with integrity, if you don’t vote for your own interests, who will?, “Apathy gets you the government we have today.” – Gil Sery, and because you get a free sticker! Check out the League of Women's non-partisan Voters Guide to help you decide who to vote for and on the propositions.
The DVDs have moved to their new home facing the Markerspace on the Library's 2nd Floor -- so what better time to remind you that the library is ow lending DVDs of popular Movies and TV shows for 7 days at a time. In the collection you will find Stephen King's IT (both the book and the
Visit the fourth floor of Meriam Library and peek at the spooky display of books, DVDs, decorations, and Halloween themed buttons! Get your scare on with books such as It by Stephen King or The Nightmare Reader by Peter Haining, or watch spine-chilling DVDs including The Walking Dead, The Shining, or Night of the Living Dead, to name just a few. The display will be up until October 31, 2018. All displayed books and DVDs are available for check out, if you dare!! Moreover, the buttons are free for the taking.
Free tutoring for both writing and math begins in Meriam Library on Monday, September 10th. Visit the fourth floor during the following dates and times.
Math Learning Lab
Monday - Thursday, 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Drop in with your homework and tutors will be available to help.
Monday - Thursday, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Sunday, 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Bring your essays, research projects, reports, resumes, graduate application materials, blog posts, or more!
Have you ever struggled with how to present course readings to students in a logical and organized manner? Have students ever said they couldn’t find or didn’t see a reading that you had provided in your syllabus or reading list?
The end of the semester is fast approaching, where has the time gone?!—papers and projects are due, oh no here come finals, and the pressure is on. Come stop by the second floor of Meriam Library where we can help you relax and recharge. A table will be stocked with a variety of fun activities including puzzles, stickers, and crayons and coloring pages. Our goal is to offer a welcome diversion, allowing you to unwind, take a break and disengage from studying for a few minutes. Besides fun diversions, we will also provide note taking provisions, and snacks, while supplies last.
April 2018 is the 48th Anniversary of Earth Month® and Earth Day. This year’s theme is plastic pollution. Here is a link for more information on Earth Month: https://www.earth-month.org/.
This upcoming Sunday, April 22 is Earth Day 2018 with the theme End Plastic Pollution.