The Library offers a fun study break with the popular Cartoons & Cereal event. As the name implies, you can enjoy all the sweet sugary cereal (or pop tarts!) you remember from childhood while you take a quick cartoon break. All of the essential characters will be there – Spongebob, the Rugrats, Kim Possible, Courage the Cowardly Dog and Ed, Edd, n Eddy!
Cartoons & Cereal
LIB Room 101
Tuesday April 21
Cartoons run from 1:00 – 4:00pm
Cereal & Pop Tarts start at 1:00pm and continue while supplies last
EBSCOhost databases are down due to an internet outage. More info as we receive it. Keep an eye on social media and this post for future updates as the issue gets resolved. Thanks for your patience.
UPDATE, 04/16/15 8:17am: EBSCOhost databases are back up. Jubilation!
If you’re interested in learning more about how to volunteer with the HA.B.I.T. therapy dog program, please attend the information session on April 6. Details below.
Nearly 900 full text issues of the Echo, our university’s student newspaper, are now available online. The Echo, and it’s predecessor, the University Lookout (published by Chattanooga University students in 1888 and 1889), are openly accessible, searchable, and downloadable from our Digital Collections. In addition to chronicling our early days as Chattanooga University, the Echo documents the Grant University the University of Chattanooga years. That’s more than 5,000 pages of university history, academics, athletics, and buildings, including this Library Opinion Poll soliciting student feedback about the pending construction of Lupton Library published in the October 13, 1967 issue of the University Echo. The one thing that never changes? The need for more study rooms in the Library!
Library Opinion Poll published in the October 13, 1967 issue of the University Echo.
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