Wednesday, October 23 @ 4:30-6pm
Join us in the library for the West Coast premier of Christopher Theofanidis' new composition At the Still Point, and head to the museum afterward for the opening reception of the collaborative art exhibit QU4RTETS.
Friday, September 27 @ 8pm-Midnight
We'll have plenty of board games (Dix It, Apples to Apples, Bananagrams, Risk, Scrabble, Jinga, Monopoly, Trivial Pursuit and many more) or bring your favorite! We'll provide snacks. All are invited!
Fall Semester 2013
Come see our sustainability exhibition in the library, and learn more about the intersection between faith and care for creation.
September 22 - 28, 2013
Celebrate your freedom to read, and check out a banned book!
Mayterm Research Help
May 6 - June 7, 2013
Have questions? Need research help? Ask for a librarian at the circulation desk, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sun. April 28 @ noon - Thurs. May 2 @ 6pm
We're here for your late-night studying needs starting Sunday night. Free coffee will be provided by WCSA from 8pm to 8am. (But remember, sleep is a good idea, too!)
National Library Week
April 14-20, 2013
Stop by the library's 5 Favorite Books display to see what your fellow students, faculty, and staff love to read, and check out one of their favorites today!
Wednesday, March 6 from 2pm-3pm
This great addition to the library serves fresh ground, organic, fair trade Americano, Lattes, Cappuccino, and Cocoa. Drinks are $2. Cash only. But it's free for an hour this Wednesday!
January - March 2013
Join us and the Santa Barbara community as we read and discuss Moonwalking with Einstein by Joshua Foer. Read more about the book and events surrounding this community discussion.
Wednesday, February 13 from 2pm-4pm
Join us for a good old-fashioned Valentine-making party. We'll supply the paper, craft materials, treats and typewriters! All are welcome.
Spring Semester 2013
Come enjoy this display of books that focus on the development of children's Christian understanding, practices, and affections. Most of the books on display are from Dr. Andrew Mullen's private collection. Dr. Mullen is professor of education and children's literature.