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Monday, May 16, 2016
Friday, April 15, 2016
Hunter Library Open 24/5 Last Two Weeks of Spring Semester
Western Carolina University students who need a quiet place to study for final exams will find Hunter Library open on a 24/5 schedule starting at noon on Sunday, April 24th. The library will be open continuously until 10pm, Friday, April 29th. Library hours for Saturday, April 30th will be 9am until 9pm. Hunter Library will re-open at 9am on Sunday, May 1st and remain open until 6pm on Friday, May 6th.
Free coffee and other hot beverages will be available every night starting around midnight while the library is operating on the 24 hour schedule.
Students looking for a truly quiet place to concentrate and study should check out the Silent Corner of Hunter Library’s ground floor.
WCU Parking and Transportation Services will extend the Cat Tran shuttle service from Hunter Library beyond its regular 2:30am end time to 7:30am while the library is on its 24 hour schedule.
Final exams will be Saturday, April 30th, through Friday, April 6th.
Hunter Library would like to invite students who to participated in the 2016 National Conference on Undergraduate Research to be featured in our summer exhibit (June-August). If you would like your work displayed, complete this form and drop off any poster or presentation materials at the Honors College office or Hunter Library’s Reference Desk by Friday, May 13th.
If you are graduating and/or would rather not part with your items, we would still love to showcase your work digitally, so please fill out the form and upload your poster/presentation files. Exhibit participants will be allowed to reclaim any physical items at the end of August when the exhibit is dismantled.
For more information, contact Elizabeth Marcus at 227-3398 or email@example.com.
Tuesday, April 12, 2016
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Monday, April 11, 2016
You are invited to participate in the next volunteer day at Jackson County School of Alternatives' HUB library on Friday, April 15, from 10am-Noon or 1-3pm.
We need volunteers to weed, sort, catalog, label, and shelve books – no experience needed.
A shuttle will be available behind the UC at 10am and 1pm and return to campus by Noon and 3pm. Any participants are also welcome to drive themselves.
Please sign up here if you would like to attend and reserve a seat in the van, if needed.
You can read about the project in the WCU Reporter.