The Logos Anniversary Week

Celebrate the one- year anniversary of our building with special days this week!

  • Monster Monday: free cookies will be served.
  • Treats Tuesday: indulge in post-Halloween candy!
  • Wassail Wednesday: treat yourself to a cup of seasonal goodness.
  • Thirsty Thursday: enjoy Coke and popcorn on the the north patio.
  • Food For Fines, Friday-Sunday: bring a nonperishable food item to the library and present it, along with your student ID, to have your fines forgiven.
  • Sheet Cake Sunday: enjoy birthday cake at 7pm.

JVAA Reception

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This Friday, the library will host a reception for the Jackson Visual Artists Association, who have graciously lent the artwork on display on the 3rd floor of the Logos. The reception will be from 5pm-7pm. The artwork will remain on display for the duration of November as well.

Celebrate The Anniversary of The Logos!

Keep watch throughout the week of October 31st for more updates on how to celebrate The Logos!

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Featured Art: The Jackson Visual Arts Association

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Artists representing The Jackson Visual Arts Association now have their artwork displayed in the Logos. Be sure to visit the third floor to see the paintings on display. The names of the artists are typically on the paintings’ lower right corners.

 

Fall Break Hours

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49-bell Carillon Dedicated at Union Night

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Union dedicated the new 49-bell Miller Tower carillon as part of Union Night Oct. 1 during Family Weekend. The bronze bells replaced the speaker system in the tower last summer and chime every quarter hour. They can also be played using a keyboard in the base of the tower. A professional carillonneur played a concert of hymns after the dedication.

Kaylee Gibson, president of Union’s student government association, said Miller Tower serves as a symbol for the campus, and the bells are an important part of that.

“The ringing is a gentle reminder that time will pass, things will change, but God is always good,” she said. “I hope that we can all see these bells as an inspiration to inscribe God’s word on our own hearts and to never be silent when we should be singing his praise.”

Read more about the carillon on our website.

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Follow uu_library on Instagram!

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The Union University Library now has its own account on Instagram.

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Follow uu_library for the latest news and fun photos of all that goes on in the library. The library’s other social media sites include Facebook and Twitter.