The Gleeson Library held its semesterly zine workshop on the evening of October 3. This time around, we partnered with Thacher Gallery whose exhibition at the time – Studio Misión: The Artist Studio as Medium by René Yañez – showcased the artist’s sketchbooks, collage, and communal approach to art. These themes tied in very nicely … Continue reading Fog Catcher Zine Issue 2
The feast day of St. Jerome – Sunday, September 30th – is upon us! Gleeson Library celebrates St. Jerome because he is the patron saint of libraries, librarians, and scholars. Born in 347 and died circa 419, Jerome devoted his life to asceticism, monastic studies, and biblical scholarship. His most notable work is a Latin … Continue reading Feast of St. Jerome
Gleeson Library was busy this summer with construction projects and much has changed! Several USF departments have moved into the library and new study spaces and classrooms have been created. As a result, a few of our smaller collections have shifted into new spaces within the library, but the greatest impact was on our bound … Continue reading Access to Bound Periodicals
Calling all creative minds in the USF community! Gleeson Library is accepting submissions of original artwork for the first edition of Stacks: A Gleeson Library Zine! Zine submissions can be drawings, comics, paintings, prints, photography, collage, poetry, prose, etc. The Stacks zine will be released at Gleeson Game & Zine Day on Saturday, November 19th 2pm-7pm. Guidelines: One … Continue reading Submit Your Artwork to Stacks: A Gleeson Library Zine!
Over the last several months, Gleeson Library patrons have noticed a decreasing number of books on the shelves surrounding the Reference Desk. Those shelves are now almost completely empty! This is due to work on the large-scale Reference Integration Project, which is incorporating all physical reference materials into the main stacks. The project began late … Continue reading Where Have All the Reference Books Gone?