In the display cases by the 2nd floor elevators, we've created an exhibit, inspired by the aforementioned Beatles album, of books and CDs in our collection that certainly could be considered lonely hearts. They've been spending their whole lives, essentially, in FHG or Presser Library: many have not been checked out since they've been added to the collection and some have been sitting on our shelves for the past 20 or so years (at least). Clearly, these books need to get out more if they ever hope to find a reader to love them. Could that reader be you?
Take a moment between class and study sessions, while you're waiting for the elevator to come to whisk you away to another floor of FHG, to browse the cases and find your next favorite book or interest. There's a range from the genealogy of Greek gods, passionate teaching, photons, serial killers, sports, music, fiction and much, much more - truly something for everyone! And don't be afraid to ask at the Circulation desk if any of the things in the cases catch your eye; these materials would like nothing more than to be swept away on a date outside the libraries. This exhibit will be up until the end of February.