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05/07/2024

Remember to return anything you borrowed from the library before you leave for the summer!

05/02/2024

Best of luck on your finals! The library will officially be open 24 hours starting tonight! 📚 📑

04/30/2024

Access to University Library is currently limited to current students, staff, and faculty. Be prepared to show your RedID. Thank you!

04/30/2024

Please join with SDSU Library, San Diego libraries, and libraries throughout the U.S. and in Mexico in celebrating El Día de los Niños/El Día de los Libros, Children’s Day/Book Day by visiting our El Día book exhibit in the children’s collection on the fourth floor of Love Library! https://bit.ly/44cxLnn

04/29/2024

Stop by our study table on the first floor of Library Addition during finals week! We have earplugs 🔇, games 🎲, snacks 🍫, coloring sheets 🖍️, and more! Table will go up this Friday!

04/25/2024

🐾 🐶 SDSU's official therapy dog, Luna, is coming to the library! Save the date for Thursday, May 2nd from 3:30 - 4:30 p.m., and Monday, May 6th from 1 - 2 p.m. 🐶 🐾

04/22/2024

Happy Earth Day! 🌍🌊 ⛰️☀️🌱 Share ways you're helping the environment!

04/19/2024

Join us for our final Hugh C. Hyde Living Writers Series event of the semester! Katie Farris will read from her most recent publications including the poetry collection, "Standing in the Forest of Being Alive," which “rings with love and language” and has been lauded as a “truly wise, unforgettable, delight-full book.” Event will be in the Leon William Room (LL 430) on April 24th at 7 p.m.

04/17/2024

Its Financial Literacy Month in the library 💵 Stop by the display table assembled by our librarians for recommended books! Located on the first floor of Library Addition.

04/16/2024

Join us for a Reading Hour every Tuesday at 3 p.m.! Meet at the 1st Floor of Library Addition and start reading a book of your own choosing or check one out from our many collections! Open to students, faculty and staff! 📚

04/15/2024

Join us for the next Hugh C. Hyde Living Writers Series featuring Joshua Burton. Burton will read from his debut full-length poetry collection, "Grace Engine," and answer questions from attendees. "Grace Engine" has been celebrated as “[a] collection [that] will move you with its honesty and courage. It will lift you. It will light a way through the darkness.” This will be a virtual event on April 17th at 7 p.m. Register link: https://bit.ly/4agCEON

04/11/2024

🗣️ Save the date for a Public Opinion Crawl on April 16th! Share your thoughts and experiences about the library and earn snacks! Located in the 24/7 Study Area from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Don't forget to bring your friends and classmates too!

04/10/2024

📸 Join us for a panel discussion on The Art of Surfing and Skateboarding Photography. We will be joined by renowned photographers, J. Grant Brittain, Grant Ellis, Todd Glaser, and Miki Vuckovich, on April 16th from 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. in the Leon Williams Room (LL 430). 🏄

04/09/2024

The University Library celebrates National Library Week and National Library Workers Day, with special thanks to the faculty, staff, and student assistants who make the library the great place it is to research, study, learn, create, and collaborate!

04/08/2024

Our next Hugh C. Hyde Living Writers Series features Myriam Gurba on April 10th at 7 p.m. in the Leon Williams Room (LL 430)! Myriam Gurba will read from her most recent book, "Creep: Accusations and Confessions." Gurba has been described as “the most fearless writer in America.” Come join us! ✨ This event is cosponsored by the MALAS Program and the Instructionally Related Activities Fund.

04/02/2024

April is Citizen Science month! 🔬🔭 We have partnered with SciStarter with the "One Million Acts of Science" challenge. Join our workshops to learn about various scientific topics and contribute to meaningful research projects! Located at the North Library Patio on April 11th, 18th, and 25th from 12 p.m. - 2 p.m. We're excited to see you there! ✨

04/01/2024

Campus is closed today in honor of Cesar Chavez Day.

03/29/2024

SDSU Library wishes you a relaxing spring break!🌻 🌹🌷😌 Check out our new hours for the upcoming week: library.sdsu.edu/hours

03/26/2024

Join us for SDSU’s 2nd Annual Sustainability Summit!

On Wednesday, April 17, join students, staff, alumni and community members in a gathering to discuss innovative ideas and solutions towards a greener future. There will be opportunities to comment on proposed measures for the SDSU Climate Action Plan Update, gluten-free and vegan food options available, with multiple sessions and keynote speakers. Come for some or stay for all.

Register at https://sdsusummit.eventbrite.com

03/26/2024

Susan Lynn Williams is a marine biologist, conservationist, and former SDSU professor! Williams earned her doctoral degree in marine biology and went on have a career in teaching and working in research to protect marine environments. During her time at SDSU she directed the University's Coastal and Marine Institute. 🐠

03/21/2024

Delfina Cuero, a Native American Kumeyaay Indian born in 1900 in the Xamca (Jamacha) area of San Diego, California. She became an ethnobotanist and memoirist by documenting the land, native plants, and her own activities in California. 🌱

03/19/2024

Thank you to everyone who contributed to SDSU's annual Day of Giving! Your support is instrumental in maintaining and enhancing the vitality of Special Collections and University Archives. Thank you for creating a more resourceful library!

03/18/2024

Our next Hugh C. Hyde Living Writers Series event will be featuring award-winning poet and editor, Wayne Miller. Miller will read from his most recent works, including the poetry collection, "We the Jury," which has been praised as “incisive and deeply personal, plumbing complex human questions… in ways that feel both current and enduring.” This event is cosponsored by the Instructionally Related Activities Fund. Join us on March 20th at 7 p.m. in the Leon Williams Room (LL 430)!

03/14/2024

Another influential woman in science is Annie Alexander. Alexander is a philanthropist, amateur paleontologist, and founder of UC Berkeley’s Museums of Paleontology and Vertebrate Mammals. In 1903 she discovered a new lizard-like marine reptile from the Triassic period. John Merriam named the species "Thalattosaurus alexandrae" in Annieʻs honor.

03/13/2024

Did you know we have a Mind, Body, and Spirit Room on the third floor of Love Library? The room can be used for prayer, meditation, or quiet contemplation. To gain access to the room go to the Center for Intercultural Relations on the second floor of the student union.

03/12/2024

Today is the day! San Diego State University’s one-day giving effort is underway. Please join fellow SDSU library supporters and give a gift today.

The University Library is at the heart of SDSU’s commitment to scholarship, innovation, creativity, and community and the Day of Giving provides you with the opportunity to make a difference.

This year we feature the impact the Comic Arts Collection makes for student research. Enjoy the story of undergraduate student Grace Dearborn and her research in 1950's family life as depicted in comics. https://bit.ly/48PR4DF

03/11/2024

Join us March 13th in the Leon Williams Room at 7 p.m. for the spring 2024 Okuma Author, Erika Hayasaki. She will share excerpts from her recent book, "Somewhere Sisters: A Story of Adoption, Identity, and the Meaning of Family." Hayasaki has been lauded as “a master storyteller.”

03/08/2024

Starting strong for International Women's Day we are featuring Dr. Ellen Ochoa, an astronaut, engineer, and SDSU alumna. "She has flown in space four times, including STS-66, STS-96 and STS-110, logging nearly 1,000 hours in orbit. Born in California, Ochoa earned a bachelor’s degree in physics from San Diego State University and a master’s degree and doctorate in electrical engineering from Stanford University."

03/06/2024

SDSU Library and the Center for Comic Studies are excited to unveil their newest exhibit: Rising Up: Depictions of Social Protest in Comics. The exhibit features depictions of social justice protests in comics and graphic novels, along with wallpaper displays commenting on civil rights issues and encouraging voting. Join us March 12th at 4 p.m. in the Special Collections Exhibit Area in Love Library (1st floor).

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