The 3rd floor library balcony will be closed during any rainy days. Since the balcony doesn’t have a proper roof (it is just metal slats), this makes the area extremely slippery. This closure is to ensure the safety of our patrons as well as the longevity of our print materials. If you wish to study outside during this type of weather, please feel free to use the tables and chairs right outside the library doors, on the first floor.
Thank you for your cooperation!
From March 26th to March 31st, the Fuller Library will have an Easter Egg Hunt! We have hidden eggs all over the library. If you find one, bring it to the Circulation Desk and get your prize! Prizes include: $1.00-$1.50 off library fines (does not include printing) and candy. But, there are TWO golden eggs hidden as well, and finding one will get you a popcorn bucket.
PLEASE NOTE: This hunt is not for children – Fuller Students ONLY! We apologize but will consider having one for children in the future.
- One egg per person, per day.
- Egg must be brought to the Circulation Desk and THEN opened. Your name and possibly G number will be written down.
- Eggs are hidden in areas that anyone can access; none are in staff only areas of the library. They will not be behind stacks of books or large items for you to move.
- If you chose the Fine Removal prize and have no fines OR your fines are less than the removal amount, no money or change will be given. Fine Removal prize cannot be used as credit toward future fines.
- You do not talk about Fight Club.
- Golden Eggs – if you find one, you will no longer be allowed to play (sorry!). This gives everyone else a chance to find an egg, especially a golden one.
- Have fun!
If you have any questions feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get ready, get set…HUNT!
Please note – we are having a TV mounted on the wall of room 309. The installation should only last an hour, but it may be very noisy during that time. Thank you for your cooperation!
We Like Big Backpacks and We Cannot Lie…
Win this backpack full of yummy snacks, courtesy of the Library and SES!
Tickets will be available during the Library’s free lunch on March 13 at Noon AND at SES’s Cram Jam on March 15th, from 4pm-6pm!
A winner will be selected on Friday. Be sure to write your name and a phone number / email address on the ticket to win!
This year’s Miracle Madness pits historic Christian events against each other!
Four rounds will have selections of famous events in Christian history. The one with the most votes at the end of the voting period will move on to the next bracket!
The winner of Miracle Madness 2018 is…
Johann Gutenberg producing the first printed Bible in 1456!
March 5-8: Round One
March 8-11: Round Two
March 11-14: Round Three
March 14-16: Championships
Check back during those dates and vote. Links for each specific round will be active.
You can also join in on the action by using this Miracle Madness Bracket!
What will reign supreme? Vote for your favorite today!
(Note: We believe all of these events are important to the history of Christianity. This is something only for fun.)
Hello Happy Campers!
Fuller Library is excited to have our DeStress for Success event again during finals week! Check out our schedule below – more will be added soon!
Be sure to also check our SES’s Cram Jam on Thursday, March 15th from 4p-6p! Free Chik-fil-a, while supplies last!
Questions? Email email@example.com.
Monday – Friday, March 5-9: 7:30am – 11:00pm
Saturday, March 10: 9:00am – 11:00pm
Saturday, March 10: 9:00am – 5:00pm Reference Assistance
Week 11 (Finals Week)
Monday – Friday, March 12-16: 7:30am – 11:00pm
Saturday, March 17: 9:00am – 5:00pm (return to normal hours)
Weeks 10 & 11:
Hike The Library!
Need to stretch and see the sights? Grab a hiking map at the Circulation Desk and pick a trail!
Monday, March 12 – Friday, March 16
S’mores & Snacks & More Cart: 10:00am – 11:30am
Tuesday, March 13
Free Lunch at Noon
**To get lunch, you will need a ticket. These will be available at the Circulation Desk starting at 11:30am.**
These tickets will be a part of an Opportunity Drawing by the Library and SES for a Survival Kit! Winners will be announced on Friday, March 16th!
Wednesday, March 14th
Stop by the library lobby and make your own “stain glass” bookmark or a coaster!
This week, dedicated electronic resources help will be available at the Hubbard
library front desk and online during the following hours:
Monday 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Wednesday 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Thursday 10:00 pm – 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
(All times are pacific standard time.)
To request help online, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or click the
“Ask a librarian” tab on the Fuller library home page for live chat assistance.
Live chat will be available during posted hours, but you are welcome to email
email@example.com at any time for help troubleshooting or accessing all of our
electronic databases, e-journals, e-books, or web resources.
February is the month of love and Valentine’s Day. It reminds us of God’s love and of how we can share His love with others. Hopefully you are interested in some of the following books about love. <3
- The word made love: the dialogical theology of Joseph Ratzinger by Benedict XVI. Amazon page
- The love of God: a canonical model by John Peckham. Amazon page
- The uncontrolling love of God: an open and relational account of providence by Thomas Jay Oord. Amazon page
- For the love of all creatures: the story of grace in Genesis by William Greenway. Amazon page
- The weight of love: affect, ecstasy, and union in the theology of Bonaventure by Robert Glenn. Davis. Amazon page
- Embracing the other: the transformative spirit of love by Grace Ji-Sun Kim. Amazon page
- The concept of divine love in the context of the God-world relationship by John Peckham. Amazon page
- Love kindness: discover the power of a forgotten Christian virtue by Barry H. Corey. Amazon page
- Practices of love: spiritual disciplines for the life of the world by Kyle David Bennett. Amazon page. Amazon page
- Love in the gospel of John: an exegetical, theological, and literary study by Francis J. Moloney. Amazon page
- Political Agape: Christian love and liberal democracy by Timothy P. Jackson. Amazon page
- Toughest people to love: how to understand, lead, and love the difficult people in your life – including yourself by Chuck. DeGroat. Amazon page
- You shall love the stranger as yourself: the Bible, refugees and asylum by Fleur S. Houston. Amazon page
- A faithful guide to philosophy: a Christian introduction to the love of wisdom by Peter S. Williams, David McNeill. Amazon page
- Pannenberg on evil, love, and God: the realisation of divine love by Mark Hocknull. Amazon page
- Sociology of Love: the Agapic Dimension of Societal Life by Gennaro. Iorio. Amazon page
- Within the love of God: essays on the doctrine of God in honour of Paul S. Fiddes by Anthony Clarke (Editor.), Andrew Moore (Editor.), Paul S. Fiddes (Honoree.). Amazon page
- Life, love, and hope: God and human experience by Jan-Olav. Henriksen. Amazon page
Hello Fuller community!
My name is Timothy Grasso and I will now be serving in the David Allan Hubbard Library as our new Electronic Resources Generalist. I will have the pleasure of working with the Electronic Resources Librarian, Daniell Whittington, in maintaining library website functionality and content, facilitating student and faculty access to e-resources, and contributing to e-resource collection development.
Next week, I will be announcing dedicated e-resource help desk hours! This will provide me with more opportunity to help, both in-person and online, with any e-resource access or functionality questions you may have.
I am excited about this new position, and I look forward to working with you to improve your Fuller library experience soon!