Animals from San Francisco SPCA’s Animal Assisted Therapy Program visited during Finals Week. Continue reading Furry Friends for Finals-Event Recap!
De-stress from studying for finals by spending quality time with animals at Gleeson Library! Continue reading Furry Friends for Finals
The student newspaper and yearbook can show us what it was like at the University of San Francisco, known as St. Ignatius College, when women were first allowed to take night classes in 1927. Continue reading Women’s History at USF
Learn more about Fair Use/Fair Dealing week, and how Fair Use is being celebrated on campus. Continue reading Happy Fair Use Week!
To the University Community, The University Archives of the Gleeson Library | Geschke Center is requesting your assistance and collaboration in helping us to document the Black Lives Matter movement as experienced by USF students, faculty, staff, administration, and community partners. We wish to document this historic uprising against racism, violence, and injustice by collecting … Continue reading Call for BLM Materials
Happy National Library Week! As part of our celebrations, we’d like to share some good news we received recently – the promotion of two of our faculty librarians! Effective Fall 2020, Gina Solares, our Head of Cataloging and Metadata Management/Interim Head of Systems, has been promoted to the rank of Librarian; while Reference Librarian Colette … Continue reading Celebrating Promotions at Gleeson Library!
Sexual assault and violence impacts millions of people, all over the world, every day. Each April, for the past 19 years, efforts to prevent, support, and heal sexual violence have been coordinated in a month-long effort to bring awareness to the problem and offer possible solutions and healing. During Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), groups … Continue reading Sexual Assault: Awareness & Prevention
Join us for an evening of reading zines, talking about zines, and making zines. We will make mini-zines, stitch and bind some zines, and create some collaborative zines. You can contribute a page to a zine about social justice, your weirdest dream, your favorite spot in San Francisco. For more information, check out the Gleeson Zine … Continue reading Make Zines!
With all the renovations that occurred in the library in the past 12 months, we updated the designations for study zones, more clearly indicating where you are allowed to converse, study quietly, and where to expect silence. Silent study zones: • 1st floor, room behind the Reference Desk • 3rd floor South (front half of … Continue reading Updated Study Zones
One of the pillars of the Library Bill of Rights set forth by the American Library Association is that “Libraries should challenge censorship in the fulfillment of their responsibility to provide information and enlightenment.” One way libraries get to do this is by observing and celebrating Banned Books Week, when we shine a light on … Continue reading Banned Books and Intellectual Freedom