Stop by the Stress Free Zone Dec. 9Students are encouraged to stop by the Cline Library’s next “Stress-Free Zone” event Monday, Decmber 9, from 7-9 p.m. in Cline Library Room 200. During this event, students can get research and test-taking tips, enjoy a back-rub from NAU Stressbusters, pat a certified therapy dog from Caring Canines, watch cartoons and play games. In addition, there will be free snacks. See you there!
Animal House Screens Dec. 10
“Knowledge is Good” at Faber College! John Belushi stars in Animal House, with support from Tim Matheson, John Vernon, Tom Hulce, Kevin Bacon, Karen Allen, Donald Sutherland, and Verna Bloom. Animal House will be shown Tuesday, Dec. 10, at 7 p.m. in the Cline Library Assembly Hall. The screening is free and open to the public. This is the final film for the College of Arts and Letters Film Series for fall.
Extended Hours at the Library
- End of Semester Week: Sunday, December 8 - Thursday, December 12
- Finals Week: Sunday, December 15 - Tuesday, December 17
The Scholars' Café adjacent to the Library will be open until 2 a.m. during this time.
We will be open until 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, December 6 - 7 and December 13 - 14. For more information, view all library hours.
Shuttle Hours during End of Term and Finals Weeks
The university shuttle will run extended hours to allow students to get to and from the library.
- Sunday: 7 p.m. - 2 a.m.
- Monday-Thursday: Until 2 a.m.
- Return (or renew) books, videos or other materials (check your library account).
- Return materials borrowed through Document Delivery (check your document delivery account).
- If you had a locker or carrel, return the key to the Main Desk (check your library account).
- Pay outstanding fines (check your library account and LOUIE).
- Enjoy your break -- or your graduation!
What Will You Discover? New Repeat Photography Exhibit in Special Collections and ArchivesYou're invited to visit "Time... and Time Again," an exhibit of repeat photography in Special Collections and Archives. This cultural tourism repeat photography project features historic photographs housed in the archival collections at the Cline Library and Grand Canyon Research Library along with recent photographs taken at the same sites from the same perspectives. The exhibit shows how change –both natural and human-caused– impacts modern tourism sites as well as those of yesteryear. Repeat photography challenges you to discover significant changes and eerie similarities found within each set of images. You can view the free exhibit on the second floor of the library through July 2014; view Special Collections and Archives hours.
Borrow an Electricity Meter to Test Your Energy Use
- See how much your appliances and devices use
- Learn about the environmental impact of your devices.
- Find the cost of operating your devices.
- Discover ways to reduce your environmental impact or utility bill through conservation.
Visit the Main Desk in the library to check one out today!