Entries tagged with ‘events’

It’s our first Tea Tuesday!

Students, faculty and staff come in and enjoy a hot cup of tea while de-stressing or warming up from this cold, damp Tuesday morning. You can have a great conversation or check out the revamped nonrequired reading section. This event also requires everyone to bring your own mug so we can help save the Earth in […]

Student Appreciation Event

Students! We know you love the library as a place to study, conduct research, wrestle with ideas, and meet up with friends. You make the library a vibrant, exciting place to be. And we want to show you our thanks and appreciation. Stop by the library on Thursday, October 27, 3:00 – 4:30 for free nachos […]

Nobel Conference Resources

 A reminder that the Gustavus Library has both in person and online resources related to this year’s Nobel Conference! Books by our Nobel speakers are on a display shelf near the front door in the new books area. Additional books on the subject are displayed in the GLA Reading Room. Feel free to check out any that […]

Free Books! Student Appreciation Event

Stop by our book giveaway table on Thursday, May 19 for free books! This is a great time to stock up on summer reading. If you’ve got books to swap, bring them by and leave them on the table. (The perfect time to unload books you don’t feel like lugging home for the summer.) We’ll […]

Book Swap Extended Hours!

The Library’s book swap is such a hit that we are extending our hours. Rather than ending at 4pm today, the book swap table will be up all evening. (No guarantees the tea & cocoa will last that long – they are a hit, too.) Stop by to pick up fun reading materials for break. […]

Gustavus Student Book Launch!

Research always leads us deeper into exploring the many conversations on any given topic. First year students in Professor Kate Knutson’s First Term Seminar course, Fast Food and Society, took the extra step by contributing new literature to the conversations happening on fast food culture. The book, In the Shadow of the Golden Arches, contains essays […]