All students and faculty are invited to attend…
Late Night at Todd Library on Thursday, November 12th, from 9 PM to Midnight!
– free snacks and drinks
– prizes every hour
– help with research and using library resources
– Wii (mid-semester stress buster!)
Enjoy the evening with faculty and fellow students!
In celebration of the Burnham Plan Centennial, the Todd Library is proud to have on display November 1-8 a photo-panel exhibit of the original 1909 Plan of Chicago created by Daniel H. Burnham and Edward H. Bennett. Commemorating the publication of the Plan, the exhibit emphasizes its relevance to metropolitan development through the 20th century and into the future.
Visit the library to view this historic display and renew your interest in Chicago history.
Banned Books Week: Celebrating the Freedom to Read will once again be observed in the Todd Library the last week of September. This annual American Library Association event reminds Americans to not take our freedom to read for granted. Banned Books Week is the only national celebration of the freedom to read. Launched in 1982 in response to a sudden surge in the number of challenges to books in schools, bookstores and libraries, more than one thousand books have been challenged since its inception. 2009 marks its 27th anniversary (September 26 through October 3). Dare to visit the Todd Library to check out a banned book!
You’re invited….to Late Night at the Todd Library on Thursday, April 16th, from 9 PM to Midnight!
– cookies, coffee, and snacks begin 9 p.m.
– drawings for prizes every hour
– assistance with class projects from librarians, faculty, or a writing tutor
Come enjoy the evening with faculty and fellow students!