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Gothic Horror Fest in the Library

Come celebrate the spookiest day of the year and the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley's creation, Frankenstein, with a Gothic Horror Fest in the library! The Sonoma State University English Students Association is hosting this event, where ghost stories will be read, prizes will be awarded, and we'll celebrate all things gothic! Wear your best costume and come prepared to be spooked!

Free Books!

Did you about the Library's fun reading program? We have lots of books that you can take from the Library and keep for as long as you want. You can find fun reading books on the first floor of the library, in the far right corner. Check out our collection and find a good a book before you leave for the summer! Here are a few titles on the shelves now: [gallery]

Voices from Asian Pacific American Literature

Sonoma State University is celebrating Asian-Pacific American Heritage throughout this month with presentations, discussions and performances. Heritage Month celebrations seek to highlight the diverse voices, histories and experiences that make up American culture. Discover some of these voices for yourself in these selections from our library catalog:
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