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Article by apost
December 13, 2010

Finals Drives Student Directy Through Glass Door

Never before has Olin Library, or Cornell for that matter seen anything like this before! Finals week comes with its fair share of crazy, but this shit is just silly….I thought the Orgo final already happened? Nonetheless, this is a real image and the made-up story goes as follows: Once upon a time there was... MORE »

Article by apost
December 11, 2010

Mann Library Rivals Walmart

Similarly to Walmart on Black Friday, Mann Library opens at 10 AM on a Saturday morning during finals week and a line is out the door to rent laptops, chargers and get Take Notes and I think someone was trampled….you know you’re at Cornell during finals week when. Thanks to our local photographer Steph Friedman MORE »

Article by apost
October 16, 2010

Click here to learn how to masturbate in the library

Fellow Cornellians we have all had those weeks where we have packed up our lives and moved into one of the libraries here at Cornell. We’re there for hours sometimes even days at a time studying and for some it is inevitable that we feel the urge to release ourselves and clear our minds. Jerry... MORE »

Video by Anonymous
October 13, 2010

The Rappin’ Librarians

You know what a librarian is … or do you? Librarians do much more than shelve (many libraries hire volunteers or pages for that), and they need a master’s degree to get most job positions. So why do librarians need master’s degrees? A group of Syracuse iSchool students has the answer …. MORE »

Article by Piliour
March 4, 2010

Bird Library’s Doors Change Overnight

Since its establishment in 1972, Bird Library has baffled thousands of students. The confusion does not stem from the books within the walls, but from the doors that attempt to lead into and out of the library itself. Every day, students assemble in teams outside of the Bird in order to try to crack the... MORE »

Article by Crispy Spumoni
February 28, 2010

Pages Affiliates Brokenhearted Over Cafe’s Planned Menu Redesign

Since its grand opening in 1953, Pages patrons could stand in line and ponder their lunch or breakfast choice while viewing a rotating display of options on a TV screen. This screen continues to be a fixture of Pages to this very day. “We were pioneers then,” cafe founder Ansel Whitmore reminisced, “We had the... MORE »

Article by Crispy Spumoni
February 26, 2010

International Student Inquires About Christmas Day Internet Access

Shuodong Du, a first year graduate student in the iSchool’s Information Management program, was visibly concerned when he stopped by the Bird Library reference desk last Thursday. After checking the library’s hours online, he was flabbergasted upon learning that the library would be closed for all of Christmas Day 2010. “I have my own laptop,... MORE »

Article by Anonymous
February 23, 2010

Bird Library to Receive $50 in Funding

Breaking News! After much publicity concerning the lack of funds dedicated to renovating Bird Library, Syracuse University has nobly offered up a 50 dollar bill towards the cause. “We are really excited,” claimed head librarian Janet Winthrop. “We are thinking either to buy the newest Harry Potter book, or maybe put a down payment on... MORE »