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  • Bees: Savoring the Fruits of Their Labor

    Summertime is watermelon season, and while you bite into that juicy watermelon, do you stop and think about the bees that made the existence of the melon possible for you? Whether bees are part of a managed colony or wild…

  • May Shorter Hours Begin Saturday, May 12 @Hardin Library

    Shorter hours begin Saturday, May 12 at the Hardin Library. Saturday, May 12 10am-2pm Sunday, May 13 Noon-4pm Monday, May 14-Thursday, May 17 7:30am-9pm Friday, May 18 7:30am-6pm Saturday, May 19 10am-2pm Sunday, May 20 Noon-4pm Monday,…

  • The Kilauea Volcano

    The recent eruptions of the Kilauea volcano have reminded us of the humbling power of nature, have drawn our attention to the hazards associated with active volcanoes such as ash plumes, earthquakes, and vog (volcanic smog), and…

  • The Busy Biz Hub

    The Biz Hub has seen many visitors during its first semester, and finals’ week is no exception.  With only a few days into the exam period, nearly 4000 people have passed through the Hub!  Below are a few panoramas of this…

  • Packing for Space!

    Happy Star Wars Day – May the 4th Be With You! And the first Friday in May is National Space Day! So, tomorrow, May 4th, 2018, is truly a space-lover’s day! Besides a movie marathon, what better way to spend your day than by…

  • Finals’ Week: Extra Service Hours & Treats in the Business Library

    The service desk at the Business Library will extend hours until 9 pm on Saturday, May 5th.  Have your questions answered, reserve study rooms, check out textbooks, as well as phone & laptop chargers, and more!  The Library…

  • Therapy dog, free popcorn and coffee | longer hours | get ready for finals @Hardin Library

    Do you need to get ready for finals?  Hardin Library has got you covered, starting on Friday, May 4. 5pm -Free coffee begins, and continues all week 6pm – Visit a therapy dog in Room 401 7pm-Midnight – Eat popcorn and…

  • May Day Disaster Response Drill

    Tuesday, May 1, 2018 Special Collections and Preservation/Conservation staff concluded a series of disaster preparedness and response training with a disaster response drill. We divided up into four teams. Each team retrieved, rinsed, and…

  • Origami: A Blend of Art and Mathematics That Advances Science

    What does the ancient paper folding art of origami have to do with science? While origami can be simple and fun for children, the applications of origami in the sciences have been sophisticated and…

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