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Break Hours

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Hi students,

I hope you are all having a lovely break, and your semesters all went swimmingly. I am writing you to ask, for anyone interested, if you would please help me out by taking a shift (or three) of mine during the break. I am looking to take some vacation time, so if anybody is looking to pick up hours and make a little scratch after this holiday season, the shifts are as follows:

Monday, January 10th: 2-6
Tuesday, January 11th: 2-6
Wednesday, January 12: 2-6

These are all basement desk hours, and since it is winter break, it should not be too busy. So please let me know if you would like to take these hours! They are on the shift-swap board. First come, first served!

Thanks, Tim

Lost and Found items emailed

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The lost and found cabinet has been gone through, and many patrons have been emailed about items that they may have left in the library. If anyone comes in saying that they have been emailed concerning an item in our lost and found (most of them books and notebooks) please check the box in the back cabinet that is labeled as such.

The box is just the top of a paper crate on the second shelf in the lost and found cabinet that says "These patrons have been emailed, etc, etc." The patron's name is on the front of each item on a yellow sticky-note. The patrons have been asked to pick up these items before we close for Winter Break.

Thanks for your cooperation!


To everybody working this weekend:

There is a reserve item at the basement desk for IE 5513 that will not be in MnCat this weekend, but is nonetheless available for 2-hour checkout.

The film "Fuel; Change Your Fuel... Change Your World" by Josh Tickell will be available at the basement desk for 2-hour, NO OVERNIGHT checkout. The film has no LC Call number, so it will be on top of the Circ cabinet at the basement desk (where the sensitizer/desensitizer is). It will be accompanied by a note with the same information found here. Expect students to come looking for it this weekend, the professor was very clear on this point.

Thank you so much for your cooperation!

Tim E.


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