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Databases page RESTORED

The Database page is back up at 7:15pm, 9/12/07.
Many thanks to library systems for their quick work in restoring this essential resource.

Due to the campus-wide network outage of September 12, the SULAIR Databases page is currently unavailable. The Library Systems department is working on returning it to service as soon as possible, but we do not yet know how long this may take.

In the meantime, the E-Journals page is working; so patrons looking for a particular journal can get to content through the E-journals page. If you need assistance using the E-journals page, please contact the Information Center.

We regret the inconvenience, and appreciate your patience as we work to resolve this problem quickly.

New Student Orientation Tours

The Information Center invites new students (and their parents) to tour Green Library, explore world class library collections, and find out how the library can support your research needs.


    Tuesday September 18 at 1:00p.m. & 2:00p.m.
    Friday, September 21 at 1:00p.m. & 2:00p.m.

Where: Meet at the Green Library East Entrance
(across from Meyer Library)

More Green Library Tours in October!

Branch tours and orientations of our many subject specific Branch libraries are also available.

Get to know your library and librarians early ... you'll be glad you did!

SULAIR Open House: October 17, 2007 Noon - 4 p.m.

SULAIR Open House

SULAIR invites you to our exciting and informative Open House on October 17, 2007 Noon - 4 p.m. The open house will be held in Green and Meyer library. A variety of library service units and resource groups will be tabling, sharing information and giving out goodies. Please mark your calendars and join the open house!!

For details see our Open House flyer.

“3 Books” Program Welcomes Incoming Students

Please join our online discussion of these books. Read the comments of other students, and scroll down to post your own comment.

If you left your copy behind, Green Library has copies of this year’s selections for the 3 Book program on Reserve at the Loan Desk. The “exceptional and unconventional books” are:

We would love to hear your opinion or review of any of the books – just post a comment below.

If you are inspired to read more, Green Library also has other works by the authors. Please do check our library catalog and search the authors. For information about their background, read their biographies in our subscription database Biography Resource Center:

Also please visit the Web sites below to find out more about the authors:

For more information about the books and the upcoming author event, read the article by Stanford News Service and also check out past selections -- Annie John by Jamaica Kincaid and Old School by Tobias Wolff

"On the Road" turns 50

Jack Kerouac's bestselling Beat novel, On the Road, turns 50 this month.

Our collection includes a 40th anniversary edition, an audio edition, and more (including other works by Kerouac)...

Somehow, I never managed to read On The Road, but am now wondering what I may have missed.

When did you read it? Did it change your life?

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