Get Ready for Finals: Later Hours, Snacks, Rare Book Room Open

All of us at Hardin want you to be successful, so we are staying open late to help you get ready for finals!photo of Hardin Library in the dark with lighted door and window

  • Open 7:30am-9pm, Friday, December 11
  • Open Noon-9pm, Saturday, December 12
  • Open Noon-9pm, Sunday, December 13

Wrapped snacks available while supplies last.

John Martin Rare Book Room open for a study break or a change in view:

  • Rare Book Room open 5-9pm, Friday,  December 11
  • Rare Book Room open 1-5pm, Saturday, December 12
  • Rare Book Room open 1-5pm, Sunday, December 13

Hardin Library Open Until Midnight Friday, Dec 13 & Saturday, Dec 14

Need some extra time to study? Hardin Library can help you out.

  • Free coffee starting at 5pm Friday
  • Reserve a group study or One Button Studio
  • Silent computer lab – Information Commons West, 2nd Floor
  • Quiet floor – 4th
  • 24-hour study available to current students and staff
  • Black and white printing (.03/side) and Color printing (.15/side) 

Cambus – take Pentacrest to VA Loop stop

Drive – park at the Newton Road Ramp (no free parking near library)

picture of library


photo of herbal from 1541; herb and 3 men

Scientific Books & Their Makers : Pop Up Exhibit and Presentations | Monday, May 6 | John Martin Rare Book Room @Hardin Library

Students in History 4430/UICB 4930 Scientific Books and Their Makers invite you to a pop up exhibit and series of presentations.  The exhibit includes interactive, artistic, literary, and scholarly elements, grounded in research in the history of science and the book in early modern Europe.

Monday, May 6
John Martin Rare Book Room, 401 HLHS

How to Science: Interpretation, Organization and Language in Early Modern Scientific Texts
Kaeli Nieves-Whitmore, Elizabeth McKay, and Lucy Dunphy Barness

How to Book: Books Before Robots
Lydia Nesslar, Katerina Hazell, and Libby Walkup

How to Sex: Practicality Versus Morality
Rhiannon Bell and Heidi Parker

photo of herbal from 1541; herb and 3 men
Historia Stirpium (1542), photo by Leonhart Fuchs