Got finals? Spend more time in the library during Quiet and Finals Weeks.

With the end of the term approaching, we know it can feel like there isn’t enough time to get all your work done. Well, we can’t stop the clock, but we can give you more time. Starting Sunday, November 29 until the end of the term, Hannon Library will be open late for students. See below for specific times. Late hours are open to SOU students only, so be prepared to show your student ID at the door.

Quiet Week – Don’t miss out on the Epic Nights, Thursday – Saturday, with a variety of snacks provided by EPIC.

Finals Week – Enjoy 24-hour days with coffee, tea, and cookies, compliments of the Friends of Hannon Library.

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November 18 is the day to show librarians your appreciation. How many librarians can you high-five in a day?

#high5alibrarianday

Hannon Library’s DVD collection reaches 5,000 items.

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Gifts from Dale Luciano (SOU Emeritus, Theater) account for over half of Hannon Library’s extensive film collection. For many years, at regular intervals, Dale has delivered batches of 100 DVDs for donation. Every year, he also he purchases Academy Award-winning films that Hannon Library requests. Our collection of feature films contains great depth and breadth in genre and time period, from film classics to horror, westerns, independent media, and more.

Check out our DVD collection, located on the 2nd floor. You can also search for DVDs on the library’s online catalog.

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_30booksJoin us for our fall book sale! Surplus books at great discounts.

Nov 18-22
First Floor Lobby

Prices start at $1 paperbacks and $2 hardcovers, with some books and materials individually priced.
Cash or check only.

Revenue from the sale will help support the library.

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What’s happening in libraries today? And what’s the latest news at Hannon Library? Jeff Gayton, University Librarian and Director of the Learning Commons, interviews with Ed Battistella and Michael Niemann of Literary Ashland.

You can listen to the interview here.

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