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Thank you for your hard work and dedication to the Univesity Libraries! To show our appreciation there will be a pizza party in your honor! Please join us in Walter Library on Friday, May 10 from 12-2 in Room 314. If you can't make that day there are other parties you're welcome to attend on the West Bank and in St Paul.
East Bank - Friday, May 10 from 12-2
West Bank - Friday, May 3 from 12-2
St Paul - Friday, May 8 from 12-2
There are SERU (Student Experience in the Research University) bookmarks at the desks. Please place a bookmark inside a book when you check-out. On the bookmarks is a link for undergraduates to take a survery to help improve the U of MN experience.
YOU can take the survey, too!
Taking the survey enters you to win a prize - $25 bookstore gift card or an Apple iPad mini
The direct link to the survey is: z.umn.edu/seru
Because I will not be here the week of the 4th, i decided to bring 4th of July treats today. there are homemade cupcakes at the basement desk for everyone here today. Pass it around!!!
Don't Miss: Study break on Thursday, December 15th at 7:00pm in the 2nd floor Great Hall. Free cookies and drinks, with a chance to win a free coffee drink from the Wise Owl cafe. You can also pick up a free, used book (donated by staff) for leisure reading over the break, watch videos in the Media Viewing Room, and play movie trivia.
The 2nd Floor Great Hall will be open 24/7 from December 14 until December 22 at 6:00 PM.
Operation Enduring Freedom is go!
Congrats on two weeks of 100% accurate random shelving checks. And for our loyal and steadfast troops, we have cookies at the Basement Desk. I couldn't fine festive fall-colored M&Ms, so I hope you can make do with the original kind.
So take a cookie! You earned it.
Over and out.
The Epilepsy Foundation of Minnesota has released the following educational statement to help people understand what happened on Saturday at the football game to Coach Kill. Please take a moment to read it since you never know when an emergency can happen to you or someone you know. I also want to remind everyone about the location of the defibrillator in the building. It is located on the 1st floor by the bathrooms in the red box.
If you have any questions or concerns, please let a supervisor know.
Have you seen all the construction around campus w/r/t the new Central Corridor Light Rail System? If you have, you're probably wondering how the old Campus Connectors and Circulators are running these days. Well have no fear!
With this handy guide put together for your convenience by the U of M Parking and Transportation Services, you should have no problem navigating the treacherous thoroughfares of academia!
Here's to hoping this post finds you in high health and good spirits, and I wish you the very best in your scholarly endeavors and academic pursuits.
For all your success in Operation Enduring Liberty (two weeks with no shelving mistakes!), there are cookies at the Basement desk for all of you. Enjoy!
And eat them all because I don't want to bring them home.