Out Loud  / student library advisory council

Written by Lauren Young eleven months ago

Team Kennedy Library scores the ACRL Excellence in Academic Libraries Award

jumbotron of the ACRL award announcement

Kennedy Library is the 2014 winner of the Association of College and Research Libraries’ (ACRL) Excellence in Academic Libraries Award. Are we excited? We certainly are. For those who may not know, ACRL grants this award to libraries that strive

Written by Karen Lauritsen eleven months ago

You define the ultimate library experience

Atrium at Kennedy Library

 This post is written by Andrew Bui, Student Library Advisory Council.  Nerd alert: I really like the library. Not only during times of sheer crisis, such as the requisite, “Holy crap I have a midterm tomorrow” moment, but also during

Written by Lauren Young two years ago

Love at first study with Lauren Young

Photo of biology and philosophy books in Kennedy Library

This is the first post in a series by Lauren Young, fourth year biology student, LibRAT and chair of SLAC (more on those acronyms below!). Lauren will be (meta)blogging about how she is working this year to combine her love

Written by Victoria Billings two years ago

Kennedy Library showcases student art with “This is Poly” photo competition

Reception for "This is Poly" photo competition by SLAC

Talented students are leaving their mark at Kennedy Library with the “This is Poly” photo competition, hosted by SLAC, the Student Library Advisory Council. The competition was proposed to generate new photography for Kennedy Library’s walls, as well as showcase

Written by Karen Lauritsen three years ago

Dear Library, a photographic then and now

Photo of Kennedy Library atrium in 1980 and today; Historic image (1980) courtesy University Archives

One recent Thursday afternoon the Student Library Advisory Council (SLAC) visited Special Collections and University Archives on the fourth floor to view historic campus photos. There they found images of Kennedy Library 1980s-style along with the old library at Dexter.

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