The Libraries is critical to academic success and is known as the hub of the intellectual community at FSU. But did you know the library is also a space for community-building and fun? This series explores the many facets of life in the libraries, from helpful insider tips & tricks to finals week fun!
This finals week, FSU Libraries are diving into the theme of Survivor! Drawing inspiration from the enduring social strategy game with over 40 seasons, our upcoming events and resources are designed to help students tackle their academic challenges with resilience…Keep reading
Annually on November 11th, the United States observes Veterans Day. It’s a time set aside to pay tribute and express gratitude for the dedication of all military veterans who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces. Initially recognized as Armistice…Keep reading
October 23 – 27, 2023 is Body Acceptance Week. We are partnering with CHAW to raise awareness about this important week, and to suggest some thought-provoking books related to this theme for your reading list! Body Acceptance week is a…Keep reading
Banned Books Week is October 1-7, 2023! This is an annual event celebrated for more than 40 years by libraries, schools, and other institutions across the United States that promotes the freedom to read and highlights censorship attempts around the…Keep reading
Anonymous artist Companion is a queer artist living with Bipolar I disorder who focuses on illustrating the fragility of the human mind and the importance of mental health treatment. Through bizarre scenes and eerie imagery, Companion depicts their disturbing memories…Keep reading
This September is Self-Care Awareness Month at FSU Libraries! We’re partnering with the Center for Health Advocacy & Wellness (CHAW) to discuss self-care and offer some tips for how you can get started. What is self-care and why does it…Keep reading
In case you’re looking for more Barbie and Oppenheimer after the premiere, we’ve selected 12 titles from FSU Libraries for further reading!Keep reading
FSU Libraries’ Art in the Library Committee organizes visual and performing arts programming in its spaces to enrich the library as an aesthetic and academic environment. A major part of this program includes exhibiting artwork drawn from the FSU student…Keep reading
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