A new electronic community library board has been established near the entrance of the Hannon Library for use by student and other on-campus groups. Those interested in displaying their graphics for upcoming events may fill out the form here. The graphic must be size 1920×850, or it will not be accepted. Questions can be directed to Promotion, Communication, and Graphic Design Assistant Hannah Martian (martianh@sou.edu; 541-552-6023).


Photo of fire by @deesvisuals from Unsplash

The Friends of the Hannon Library is hosting the second event of 2021-22 Speakers Series via webinar on November 11th at 7:00pm.

Join Beth Rose Middleton Manning and Chris Adlam as they discuss the ecological and sociopolitical importance of supporting cultural burning practices, share lessons learned from collaborative cultural burning workshops, and reflect on current opportunities and challenges facing cultural burning practitioners in both California and Oregon.

Beth Rose Middleton Manning is a Professor of Native American Studies at UC Davis, with a background in Environmental Policy. Her research and teaching center on Native environmental policy and Native activism for site protection using conservation tools.

Register at https://tinyurl.com/NovEvent2021.

The Friends of the Hannon Library is hosting the first event of 2021-22 Speakers Series via webinar on Thursday, October 14th at 7:00pm.

Join Cathy Camper for a lively discussion about her award-winning Lowriders in Space graphic novel series, and her picture book Ten Ways to Hear Snow. Learn how graphic novels and picture books are created, the history of lowrider cars, the technology to make them hop, and some of the science and secrets in the books. We’ll also talk about the importance of diversity and equity in children’s books. If you love comics, cars, kids’ books, writing, drawing, science and silly stuff, this talk is for you! All ages welcome.

Register at https://tinyurl.com/OctEvent2021.

Stack of books on table

The textbook for your SOU class may be available from the library for 4-hour checkout. Ask at the circulation desk, email reserves@sou.edu, or call 541-552-6860 for help finding your assigned book. If we don’t have the textbook you need, you can submit a purchase request. If it’s in stock at the SOU Bookstore, we’ll buy it for you and make it available within 4 business days.

This program, called TextShare, is generously sponsored by the Associated Students of Southern Oregon University (ASSOU) and supported by the Hannon Library.