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Help Build an AWESOME Quilt for National Library Week

Posted by isulib on April 6, 2015

The ISU Library invites you to join in National Library Week activities, beginning this week with: the Library is Awesome Quilt!

Please stop by the Library this week or next. Just inside the security gates look for the table in front of the blue wall. There you will find paper squares, pens and a box. Write a word or two – or even a whole sentence –  on WHY the ISU Library is AWESOME- on a paper square. Drop it in the box.

As the squares begin to accumulate, library staff will string them together  to create a paper Quilt of Awesomeness! The more squares, the more awesomeness can be displayed. The quilt will hang in a suitable location on the Library’s 1st floor.

National Library Week runs April 12-18.

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April 8: Library Events Area = rain location for Reeve Hall Sculpture dedication

Posted by isulib on April 6, 2015

4/8/2015 – Reeve Hall Sculpture dedication rain location – (2:00 – 3:00 pm) in the Library Events Area

If the weather doesn’t cooperate for the dedication of the sculpture for Reeve Hall, the ceremony will take place in the Events Area.

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April 6 & 7: Muslim Student Association

Posted by isulib on April 6, 2015

4/6/2015 and 4/7/2015– Muslim Student Association will be in the Library lobby, promoting their upcoming program, 11:00 – 3:00 pm each day.

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April 7: Pizza & Politics Explores Religious Freedom in Indiana

Posted by isulib on April 1, 2015

from American Democracy Project:

Indiana is making national news thanks to a controversial religious freedom bill. The American Democracy Project is sponsoring an event to discuss the Religious Freedom Restoration Act and it’s impact on Indiana and its citizens. Join us for pizza and an especially important discussion.

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