Irwin Library creates new Conversation/Reading Space

By , March 12, 2009 3:59 pm

During Spring Break, the area where Irwin’s copiers and microfilm/microfiche machines were formerly housed has been rearranged to create an additional conversation/reading alcove.  The space is conducive to conversation or studying and highlights Indiana-related books contributed by Butler alum, Howard Caldwell, ’50.  The microfilm/microfiche machines have been relocated to the northwest corner of the first floor of Irwin; simply inquire at the Check-out Desk if you need assistance in locating them.

So, stop by and take advantage of Irwin’s latest study/conversation nook!

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