In partnership with ATLA – American Theological Library Association – the Hubbard Library has created our very own escape room!
A group of people are asked to retrieve an important item for the grand opening of the new Fuller Theological Seminary campus.
Current times the escape room is open is: Tuesday – Thursday: 11am & 3pm; Friday: 11am, 3pm & 4pm. Contact email@example.com if these times do not work for you and we can figure something out.
Max number of people for the team is 6-7.
To fill out a participation form, click here!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and/or questions.
Does your team have what it takes to solve the mystery in time?
Happy Martin Luther King Day!
- To shape a new world: essays on the political philosophy of Martin Luther King, Jr. by Tommie Shelby (Editor.), Brandon M. Terry (Editor.) Amazon page
- Breaking white supremacy: Martin Luther King Jr. and the black social gospel by Gary J. Dorrien (Author.) Amazon page
- We Will Get to the Promised Land Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Communal-political Spirituality by Hak Joon Lee, Peter J. Paris. Amazon page
- Behind the public veil: the humanness of Martin Luther King Jr. by Lewis V. Baldwin. Amazon page
- Martin Luther King, Jr., and the theology of resistance by Rufus Burrow. Amazon page
- Martin Luther King Jr., Heroism, and African American Literature by Trudier. Harris. Amazon page
- A time to break silence: the essential works of Martin Luther King, Jr. for students by Martin Luther King (Author.) Jr., Walter Dean Myers (Writer of introduction.). Amazon page
- The liberatory thought of Martin Luther King Jr. : critical essays on the philosopher King by Robert E. Birt. Amazon page
- The great world house: Martin Luther King, Jr., and global ethics by Hak Joon Lee. Amazon page
- A child shall lead them: Martin Luther King Jr., young people, and the movement by Rufus Burrow (Author.) Amazon page
- Martin Luther King Jr., man of ideas and nonviolent social action by Rufus Burrow. Amazon page
- Martin Luther King Jr by John A. Kirk. Amazon page
Due to a library staff meeting, the Hubbard Library will be closing early on Friday, February 1 at 12:30pm. Thank you for your cooperation!
This is just a reminder that the Hubbard Library will be closed on Monday, January 21 in observance of MLK Jr. Day. We will reopen on Tuesday at 7:30am. Thank you!
Eisner winner and expert on latinx comics, Frederick Luis Aldama guides us through the heroes and villains of latin decent in mainstream comics since the 1940’s. With some of the industry’s top creators he explores where these characters came from, the challenges and stereotypes that are still being overcome and what the bright future holds for both latinx superheroes and the people who love them.
After the film, Dr. Aldama will be joined by a panel of comic experts and theologians to discuss the documentary and what our communal response should be.
Be sure to register for tickets here!
The Hubbard Library will be closed from Thursday, December 20 – Tuesday, January 1. We will reopen on Wednesday, January 2 at 7:30am.
You can return your books in the book drop outside the library during our closure.
Thank you and have a wonderful Christmas!
The Hubbard Library will be closed Thursday, November 22 – Sunday, November 25 for the Thanksgiving holiday! We will reopen on Monday, November 26 at 7:30am. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!
Good news! The Ambrose station at Hubbard Library will be open until 8pm, Monday – Thursday during midterms week! Now you can get your coffee or tea fix AND finish your assignments on time!