Everyone knows the Pacific Northwest is known for its beautiful coastline, green interior, rainy weather, and spectacular mountains, but what makes it truly special are the people. As a native of the Pacific Northwest and author of twenty-five published novels, Ellie Alexander loves to translate her experiences into unique stories. These unique stories often combine […]

Hannon Library has been awarded a $19,600 grant from the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA), administered by the State Library of Oregon.    The grant funds will be used for improving our Course Reserves textbook buying program, encouraging the use of open educational resources (OER), […]

  The library will be offering a new course in Fall Term that has been approved for both the new general education capacity Inquiry & Analysis as well as for Strand F in University Studies. The course invites students to explore high-interest current topics in science and learn about how people encounter, evaluate, and use […]

  It feels like spring is finally here: the flowers are blooming, the birds are singing, and midterms are upon us! If that last item has you a bit more worried than the first two, never fear—LNAP is here! Head to Hannon Library for the final Long Night Against Procrastination of this academic year on […]

The Friends of Hannon Library will host Susanne Petermann, poet and translator of the poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke, in the final installment of the Friends of Hannon Library Lecture Series for this academic year on May 11.    Petermann has published her own poetry in a range of literary reviews, and her book of […]

¡Provecho! by Justin Favela   Visitors to Hannon Library are now greeted with a stunning art installation coordinated by the Schneider Museum of Art as part of their Art Beyond 2023 project. ¡Provecho! by mixed-media artist Justin Favela is a large and colorful piñata-inspired fabric art work that will be on display in the Hannon […]

Climatologist Greg Jones, the CEO of Abacela Winery in Oregon’s Umpqua Valley, has been involved in the Oregon wine industry for nearly thirty years. Earl and Hilda Jones, Greg’s parents, founded Abacela in 1995. Over the years, the vineyards for the family-run winery have grown to cover 76 acres, and Abacela produces more than 12,000 […]

Student Design Work Displayed in Hannon Library Hannon Library recently gave students in the EMDA 343: Graphic Design Methods class taught by Sam Hayes-Hicks, Assistant Professor of Emerging Media and Digital Art, an opportunity to share their work beyond the classroom setting with a unique collaboration with several librarians.  The partnership began as a fun […]

Hannon Library on Twitter

Hannon Library on Facebook

Hannon Library on Instagram