Six years ago, circulation clerk Elizabeth Howard walked up and down the aisles of the Eunice and James L. West Library, selecting books at random. Taking a book from the shelf, she continues without opening to read it. A few aisles down, she finds another book of similar size
Michelle Hartman had always known she was going to be author, but she didn’t know when, until her husband challenged her to write her own book. “I wanted to be a writer all my life,” Hartman said. “Books were my survival as a young child. After I’d thrown the one
On Monday afternoon, the Eunice & James L. West Library hosted a Solar Eclipse Watch Party. Library staff members passed out ISO 12312-2 eclipse glasses to view the solar eclipse.
Senior history major David Estrada was just looking for some free popcorn when he walked into the Eunice and James L. West Library on Monday afternoon. What he found was a scavenger hunt; when it was done, he had received a free T-shirt and was entered into a drawing for
Sophomore marketing major Finn Le was startled to see an email inviting her to the Inaugural Local Authors Day. “At first I thought my book would only be on the shelf,” Le said. Le wasn’t expecting to actually speak on a panel with other authors. She joined 15 other authors