Oncampus Library

Posted on April 17th, 2009 by

There is no question that the GAC library is fantastic. I might be exposing myself as a bit of a nerd by saying this, but I am passionate enough about the library at Gustavus that I will stick to my claim.front-door2.gif

With unlimited resources, study rooms, private desks, and an abundance of computers, the library is a great place to get work done. Gustavus is a part of an interlibrary loan system, meaning that the GAC library can borrow books from other prestigious library’s if a student needs them.

As a biology major, I have found that the amount of scientific journals that Gustavus subscribes to is helpful when writing research papers. The library even boasts an assortment of comfortable lounge chairs that can make taking a nap unavoidable.

I also appreciate the GAC library because it is continually purchasing new releases for students to enjoy. I recently picked up a copy of Michael Pollan’s new book, An Omnivore’s Dilemma, which thoroughly examines the facts and ethics behind the food that we eat. A good read.

The GAC library is a useful aspect of Gustavus that shouldn’t be overlooked.

 

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