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Long Night Against Procrastination

Feeling the pressure? Don’t worry—the library is here to help you finish off this year right. Come to the Long Night Against Procrastination!

Wednesday, May 9, 2018
8 pm to midnight
Hannon Library, First Floor

Spring Features

We know many of you are struggling to get those capstone projects under control. Let us help with a Capstone Crisis Intervention. Get assistance with research and citations for capstones (and FUSE papers) from library research specialists and citation gurus.

And for those much-needed study breaks, relax with some origami provided by BitchCraft.

In addition, this event will include:

  • Free pizza, popcorn and soda
  • Academic advising with Student Success Coordinators
  • Career advising
  • Math, science, and writing tutoring
  • Research assistance
  • A chance to win Dining gift cards

About BitchCraft

BitchCraft is an all skills level feminist crafting group that hosts various craft events and gatherings. Find more BitchCraft events through the Women’s Resource Center.

More Information

If you would like more information about the Long Night Against Procrastination, email Hannon Library at libraryevents@sou.edu. If you need disability accommodations to participate in these events, please contact Disability Resources at 541-552-6213 or dss@sou.edu.

“Much of the stress that people feel doesn’t come from having too much to do. It comes from not finishing what they started.” —David Allen, author of Getting Things Done

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Quiet and finals weeks are coming up quick and, with them, the tantalizing promise of spring break.  All students (including RCC, HEC, and local high school students) can access the building past normal closing hours—see below. Remember to bring your student ID to get in after midnight.

Quiet Week Hours

Sunday, March 11 — 11 am – 11 pm
Monday, March 12 —  8 am – 2 am*
Tuesday, March 13 —  8 am – 2 am*
Wednesday, March 14 —  8 am – 2 am*
Thursday, March 15 —  8 am – 2 am*
Friday, March 16 —  8 am – 11 pm
Saturday, March 17 —  11 am – 11 pm

*Building closed to non-students after midnight

Finals Week Hours

Sunday, March 18 — 11 am to 24 hours*
Monday, March 19 —  open 24 hours*
Tuesday, March 20 —  open 24 hours*
Wednesday, March 21 —  closed at 2 am*
Thursday, March 22 —  8 am to 2 am*
Friday, March 23 —  8 am to 5 pm
Saturday, March 24 —  closed all day

*Building closed to non-students after midnight

Epics Nights

UPDATE! Join the Event Planning Involvement Committee for EPIC Library Nights on March 16, 17, and 18. EPIC will be serving free food in the library rotunda from 5 pm to 8 pm (or until supplies are gone).

24-Hours at the Library

Late nights are a common occurrence in college. Sunday through Tuesday of finals week, the library is open 24-hours to all students. While you’re here, enjoy some free refreshments, courtesy of the Friends of Hannon Library. Coffee, hot tea, and snacks will be available at midnight in the Rotunda during each of the 24-hour nights.

More Info

The library will switch to its spring break schedules starting Saturday, March 24. Remember that you can always view the complete schedule of library hours on our website.

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Long Night Against Procrastination

Is it really February already? Some of us are feeling the days counting down as due dates and deadlines creep ever closer. Fortunately, Hannon Library can help students make headway in those to-do lists. That’s right; the Long Night Against Procrastination returns!

Tuesday, February 13, 2018
8 pm to midnight
Hannon Library, First Floor

New Features

We’re offering some new features at this term’s LNAP event including “Build a Better Bibliography” drop-in help for students working on annotated bibliographies. For stress relief and breaks between bouts of productivity, the Video Gamer’s Coalition will host an inclusive, self-care promoting environment with casual video game relaxation in Room 117. And, maybe most exciting of all, free pizza! While supplies last, of course, so don’t be late—this is an anti-procrastination event, after all.

In addition, this event will include:

  • Research assistance
  • Academic advising with Student Success Coordinators
  • Financial Aid advising
  • Career advising
  • Math, science, and writing tutoring
  • Free coffee and popcorn
  • A chance to win $25 campus dining gift cards

About the VGC

The Video Gamer’s Coalition is an inclusive atmosphere for students to relax, socialize, compete, cooperate, and have fun with all video games on the SOU campus! The club is a self-care environment that is relaxed about attendance, casual in demeanor, and encourages students to prioritize scholastic or non-scholastic obligations over video games. Win prizes distributed at the end of each term through attendance, activity participation, and sharing their own games and equipment during club hours! Join the club on SOUConnect and contact the VGC to get on our emailing list, Facebook, and Discord server for club information, meetings, and socializing!
Contact email: vgc1337@gmail.com

More Information

If you would like more information about the Long Night Against Procrastination, email Hannon Library at libraryevents@sou.edu. If you need disability accommodations to participate in these events, please contact Disability Resources at 541-552-6213 or dss@sou.edu.

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Yup… finals. Are you ready? Papers all written? Studied all that must be studied? Well, if the answer to any of those is no, don’t lose heart. Hannon Library has your back.

Starting December 3, our extended hours extend even more! Maximizing your access to the resources you need to finish off this term strong.

Sunday, December 3 — 11 am to 24 hours*
Monday, December 4 —  open 24 hours*
Tuesday, December 5 —  open 24 hours*
Wednesday, December 6 —  closed at 2 am*
Thursday, December 7 —  8 am to 2 am*
Friday, December 8 —  8 am to 5 pm
Saturday, December 9 —  closed all day

*Building closed to non-students after midnight.

All students (including RCC, HEC, and local high school students) are welcome to partake of extended hours. Just remember to bring your student ID to get in after midnight.

And on those long 24-hour nights, don’t forget to help yourself to some free coffee and snacks, courtesy of the Friends of Hannon Library, served up at midnight in the Rotunda.

Winter break schedule begins December 9. For complete building hours, visit the library’s website: Library Hours

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Long Night Against Procrastination – Spring Term

May 10
8 pm – midnight
First Floor, Hannon Library

We know it’s been a long year for many of you, but let’s finish off strong with a successful spring term. Let Hannon Library help you get your research, papers, and projects in order. Come to the Long Night Against Procrastination!

Why come? First off, there’ll be free food, coffee, and tea. And if that’s enough, we’ll also have a number of services to give you that edge in the never-ending battle against deadlines: tutoring in science, math and writing; librarians providing one-on-one research assistance; academic advising; and even career advising.

New this term will be librarians dedicated to helping students with their Capstone papers – The Capstone Crisis Center, as well as Financial Aid advising.

And for those study breaks, there’ll games, coloring sheets for relaxation, and other cool activities.

Bring your student ID to enter a raffle for $25 and $50 Raiders Cash gift cards!