Library closed during Convocation. Just a reminder that we’ll be closed Wednesday, September 21, 11:45am – 2:00pm due to HNU’s annual Convocation luncheon and ceremony.
Our regular hours for Fall 2016 are Monday – Thursday 9am – 10pm, Friday 9am – 5pm, Saturday 10am – 5pm, and Sunday 12pm – 8pm.
This Friday, September 23, 12:30pm – 2:30pm in the Library’s Glass Lounge. From Stone Tablets to e-Tablets! The Epic of Gilgamesh-A-Thon Returns! Now in its third year! Come hear ISAC students and faculty read from the The Epic of Gilgamesh, a Sumerian poem dating from 1800 BC. Students are required to read this primary ancient text as part of their integrated studies across cultures class about the ancient world. Read more on last year's Gilgamesh-a-thon here.
Light refreshments will be served. The event will conclude with a raffle. You could win an e-tablet!
Sharing My Inner Space: 32 Years of Art by Martivon Galindo: Thursday, October 13, 6pm - 7pm: the Library is pleased to announce an art talk by Dr. Martivon Galindo, Professor of Latin American and Latino/a Studies at Holy Names University. Light refreshments will be served; open to the public. Dr. Galindo's artwork will be on display soon in our Glass Lounge.
Martivon Galindo "And Beauty, What Is It?" Monoprint.
Chronicle of Higher Education Print and Electronic Access:
Print copies of the most recent editions of CHE are now available in our journal and magazine rack, located behind our new books display. We’ll keep the most recent copies available for your browsing pleasure. A big thank-you to President Jeanie Watson for making her subscription available to the Campus Community!
All HNU faculty, staff, and students can also access all of CHE anytime, anywhere through their computer, smartphone, or iPad (free iPad app in the App Store). Just create a free account on http://chronicle.com using your HNU email address. Yes, that's it!