Were You Wearing?" Survivor Art InstallationApril is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and for the rest of the month, the library will be hosting an exhibit that provides a tangible response to one of
our culture’s most pervasive rape myths. Outfits featured have been recreated
from survivors' stories. Content may be disturbing to some.
Library Bikes for Check-OutDon't have a bike to enjoy the Arkansas spring? The library is happy to loan students bikes for 3 days at a time. Consult the Bike Shop website for more information.
Study Carrel Check-Outs
If you need a private space to attend virtual class or get away from your roommate,
reserve a second floor study carrel.
You must reserve 24 hours in advance, and can reserve up to a week out. Only one reservation per day, and yes, you have to wear your mask.
For the spring semester we can no longer accommodate community users as guests to our library. Please contact
firstname.lastname@example.org if you have particular requests regarding our scholarly resources.
Everything you need to know about the library's remote services and access can be found on our
Remote Access Guide, including our
new online catalog.
Unto the Whole Person - Student Organizations through the Decades
During 2020-21, our second floor rotunda exhibit shelves will be filled with a chronicling of Hendrix's diverse range of student organizations.
In this exhibit, curated by Sarah Bryan and Rita Mackintosh, find artifacts, Troubadour pictures, and newspaper accounts of Hendrix student clubs, societies, and organizations.