So since I’ve been working at the library, I’ve had more than a handful of students tell me that they didn’t know there was a second floor to the library. I spend the majority of my time on the second floor, particularly in the “juvie section” (although other books that are available include teaching/education, music, [...]
Archive for April, 2010
For those who couldn’t join us, the Friends of the Library Murder Mystery unfolded on Saturday, entangling all in a web of deceit and murder. Set in 1923, the library’s supporters had gathered to celebrate the acquisition of a priceless manuscript. But on the eve of his greatest professional triumph, archivist Archie Vist fell prey [...]
When I was 15 years old (eons ago!) I got a job shelving books at the local public library. Monday through Thursday I would walk 20 minutes to the library after school, eat the snack my mom packed, shelve books from 4-6 pm, walk home for dinner, then do homework from 7:30-9 pm. On Saturdays [...]
Sherlock Poems here, detective extraordinaire. Perhaps you’ve heard of me?
Regardless, you’ve no doubt heard that the IU East Friends of the Library, Drama Club, and Humanities Club are hosting a murder mystery luncheon on Saturday, April 17th. A murder has been committed in the library, and only my refined intellect is up to the challenge! [...]