December 15, 2014
by Brooke Duffy

2014 – Year in Music

2014 is coming to an end, and it’s time to review this year in music. We’ve scoured the “Best of” Lists and brought you some of the most popular albums of this year! What do you think of our list?


The library owns copies of all of these albums (we have great taste, don’t we?), so check them out! The display is located in the DVD stacks, across from the CD stacks.

  • Phantogram, Voices; M1630.18.P44 V65  
  • Caribou, Our Love; M1630.18.C37 O87  
  • Future Islands, Singles; M1630.18.F899 S55  
  • Tune-Yards, Nikki-nack;  M1630.18.T88 N55  
  • Beck, Morning Phase; M1630.18.B43 M67  
  • The War on Drugs, Lost in the Dream; M1630.18.W285 L68
  • Cloud Nothings, Here and Nowhere Else; M1630.18.C5693 H47
  • Jenny Lewis, The Voyager; M1630.18.L532 V69
  • St. Vincent, St. Vincent; M1630.18.S7 S7  

More featured albums:

  • Cloud Nothings, Here and Nowhere Else; M1630.18.C5693 H47
  • Perfect Pussy, Say Yes to Love; M1630.18.P45 S29
  • Lana del Rey, Ultraviolence; M1630.18.D455 U58
  • St. Vincent, St. Vincent;  M1630.18.S7 S7
  • Pharrell, Girl; M1630.18.W5514 G57
  • Real Estate, Atlas; M1630.18.R425 A85
  • FKA Twigs, LP1 (Young Turks); M1630.18.F525 L6
  • War on Drugs, Lost in the Dream; M1630.18.W285 L68
  • Shabazz Palaces, Lese Majesty; M1630.18.S53 L48
  • Afghan Whigs, Do to the Beast; M1630.18.A3354 D6
  • Taylor Swift, 1989; M1630.18.S97 N55
  • Ryan Adams, Ryan Adams;  M1630.18.A33 R93
  • Aphex Twin, Syro; M1473.A658 S97
  • Spoon, They Want My Soul; M1630.18 .S723 T54
  • Sun Kil Moon, Benji; M1630.18.S966 B45
  • Run the Jewels, Run the Jewels 2; M1630.18.R884 R852

Coming soon to the library:

  • Quilt, Held in Splendor
  • Sharon van Etten, Are We There
  • Charli XCX, Sucker
  • Conor Oberst, Upside Down Mountain
  • Protomartyr, Under Color of Official Right
  • Eric Church, The Outsiders
  • Ariel Pink, Pom Pom
  • Miranda Lambert, Platinum
  • Sia, 1000 Forms of Fear
  • How to Dress Well, What is this Heart?
  • Parquet Courts, Sunbathing Animal
  • Cymbals Eat Guitars, LOSE
  • TV on the Radio, Seeds

December 8, 2014
by jkremer

Finals Hours, FREE COFFEE and DeStress Support!

The Library’s # 1 goal this time of year is to offer students an academic sanctuary – – a place where they can go to study in quiet, meet with their groups to complete final projects and refuel themselves any time of the day or night.

De-Stress During Finals initiative:

  1. Open 24 hours beginning on Wednesday, Dec 10 (except we close at 9:00 pm on Saturday, Dec 13). Stay Up All Night with Us! Free coffee, tea and hot chocolate all night long!
  2. Free coffee, tea and hot chocolate and snacks every morning beginning Thursday, Dec 11 in Cafe (except on Sunday, Dec 14)
  3. Doggie De-Stress event 3-5 pm on Wednesday 12/10 and Monday  12/15 as part of our De-Stress During Finals program. Come down to the Multimedia Auditorium on the lower level to pet dogs Belle and Beau, owned by a local alumna Marilyn Rice , and see your stress float away.
  4. Visit our DeStress station, located in lobby, for study tips, free earplugs and more!
Beau and Belle are here outside the Library

December 8, 2014
by jkremer

Doggie Destress on 12/10 and 12/15 in Library

Beau and Belle and their proud owner Marilyn Rice will be here again from 3-5 pm on Wednesday 12/10 and Monday  12/15

in the Library Multimedia Auditorium on the lower level as part of the Library’s De-Stress During Finals program. 11

According to researchers at Georgia State University, Idaho State University and Savannah College of Art and Design, “Animal-assisted therapy can reduce symptoms of anxiety and loneliness among college students”,


December 3, 2014
by jkremer

Food For Fines — Dec. 7-13, 2014

From Dec. 7-13, 2014, bring in a non-perishable food item and the Library will deduct $2 off late fees for each item donated, up to $10.00.

Food Donations will benefit St. Charles Food Pantry & Operation Hope.

Acceptable items are:

  • Jars of peanut butter
  • Canned chicken or tuna
  • Canned vegetables (14 oz and up)
  • Canned fruit (14 oz and up)
  • Canned soups
  • Cereal (12 oz and up)
  • Full sized bars of soap, shampoo and deodorant

Don’t have any food? All fines paid from Dec. 7-13 will be donated to the food pantries!

We welcome everyone in the University community to contribute to this food drive at the Library!