Salukis remember Kent Haruf

A former professor crafted an entire city in his head, knowing exactly where the fictional train station, general store and tavern were located. Now, visiting his imaginary town may be the best way to pay respect to the now deceased author. Kent Haruf, ... Continue Reading →

Social media spikes student reading habits

Reading is an activity many college students are expected to partake in; however, technology’s advances are causing some students to look to social media rather than books for reading material. A study presented April 30 at the American Educational ... Continue Reading →

Library books check back in

One Morris Library construction phase has ended, and another has begun. The library has completed the book transfer from off-campus storage sites into the library basement. Susan Tulis, associate dean of library affairs, said this is the first time in ... Continue Reading →

Morris Library anticipates return of books from storage

Morris Library will soon have its books back. The library moved a majority of the system’s books to storage facilities since renovations were made three years ago, and the books have been there ever since. However, the chancellor told staff members ... Continue Reading →
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