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Haiku Contest Winner!

Thanks to everyone who participated in our Haiku Contest! Admittedly, we grew a little concerned as entries became increasingly dark toward the end of the term, but we enjoyed the mix of humor, beauty, agony, and finals-induced nonsense. Congratulations to Paige Broussard, our judges’ pick for best haiku: fallen white petals dance in cyclones underfoot. ghosts of the winter. Honorable Mentions: Sleep, a sweet repose To forego sleep, a

Extended Hours Through April 26

What the what?! It’s the end of the semester already?! Wowzers. Ok. We probably should have gotten more done over spring break. Ok. We got this. We’ll just have to open earlier and stay open later — that’s all. No problem, right? We’ll just stop … we’ll … um … we’ll sleep for dinner and eat studying. Right? Right. Extended Hours, April 15-26: Monday, April 15 – Thursday, April

New Building Photos!

A few of us finally got to tour the new library last week and walked away with a few communal takeaways: 1. This is a massive building 2. There are so many wonderful spaces and exquisite views 3. Even though you’ve been looking at blueprints for years, touring a building can still be disorienting 4. We can’t wait to get in this place 5. Seriously, it’s gigundous We took

Spring Holiday Hours

Library Brown Bag: Mixed Methods Research

Joins us for another fun and informative Brown Bag Lunch Presentation! The Library Staff Development Committee is hosting a Brown Bag Lunch Presentation Wednesday, March 27, 11:30-12:30 in Library Room 208. Colleen Harris will present “Mixed Method Research: Quantitative, Qualitative, and the Kitchen Sink?” an overview of mixed-method research design, common misperceptions of mixed-methodologies, interesting LIS research areas where mixed-method research agendas might be of service, and some lessons