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Sunday! Sunday! Sunday! (and all week).

Gate counts so high your pulse will race! Unending swarms of people with a thirst for knowledge and sometimes coffee. You'll can have the whole seat, BUT YOU'LL ONLY NEED THE EDGE!

But seriously hourly gate counts are this week, starting Sunday. Helpful reminders are sticky-noted to your monitor.


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Hi all, just a friendly reminder to all of you doing mail this break, and continuing on to next semester.

When picking up the incoming mail from the 1st Floor, make sure you are only picking up mail intended for Circulation. Well how do I know what is intended for Circulation, you might ask? There are a few helpful reminders.

All mail items to be processed by circulation come in only one type of bin. It's the bin we're all familiar with: gray, one size (large), with the fully removable top, marked "Sci-En Walter." There are a couple quick questions you can ask yourself if you are unsure:
-Is the bin shorter than the rest?
-Does the bin have a lid that opens in the middle like the jaws of an alligator?
-Is the bin/cover red?
-Does the bin just say "Mail"?
If the answer to any of these questions is yes, do not process the mail inside the bin.

Another handy tip is to look inside the mail bin. Are there envelopes and other "mail" type stuff? Are there books but no routing slips? Do the books look new? If so, most likely these books are not for you. However, if you have any question about whether a bin is for Circulation while doing the mail, please feel free to consult Amy, Mary, Priscilla, or myself.

Also, if the box is marked "For Tim Engelstad, Walter Circulation" or the like, please bring it down and leave it in my office somewhere out of the way. Under the desk is just splendid!



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