Tag Archives: Lauinger

9 Things To Do First At The Library

1.) Watch the Library video tour: Introduce (or reintroduce!) yourself to Lau with our Library video tour. 2.) Stop by a Library Open House!: How do you find a book? How late is the Library open? Who can help answer the million other questions … Continue reading

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Student Appreciation Week!

Have you ever requested a book in Lau, and it shows up a few hours later at the Circ desk? Requested material from Interlibrary Loan? Received a book from the WRLC? Thank your student library worker! This week, April 7 -11, is … Continue reading

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Where Are the Art Books in Lau?

If you’re reading this art resource blog, there is a good chance you’re a visually-oriented person. I am willing to bet that when you look for source material on artists, movements, museums, or technique, you enjoy browsing the books in-person. … Continue reading

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Welcome Back Hoyas!

Artniks, I’ve missed you! Welcome back to Georgetown, welcome to Georgetown, and most importantly, welcome back to Lau. You–students, faculty, friends, neighbors–make us complete. First things first–if you’re new to these parts you might want to know who I am and … Continue reading

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Book it

Announcing a new way to schedule the luxurious private study rooms in Lau (your study room may look different from the one pictured above). Rooms are available on the 2nd and 4th floors of Lauinger, and the Millennium Room, that once-empty room … Continue reading

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What is this place? Lauinger’s Place in the Brutalist Mafia

I hope most of you have conquered your academic obligations and are on your way to being ensconced in familial bosoms. For those of you that are still holed up in Lauinger (the main campus library, for those  just joining … Continue reading

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