The Hubbard Library will host two events on Monday, January 27 and Wednesday, January 29th which take place in the Weyerhaeuser Reading Room. The accessibility schedule will be as follows:
Monday, January 27: Reading Room closes at Noon for Dr. Pannell Portrait Event.
Tuesday, January 28: Reading Room open all day.
Wednesday, January 29: Reading Room closed until 3pm for Career Prep Event.
If you have any concerns, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your cooperation!
Happy Martin Luther King Day!
- Martin Luther King Jr. by Valerie Bodden (Author). Amazon page
- Dangerous Friendship: Stanley Levison, Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Kennedy Brothers by Ben Kamin.
- Birmingham revolution: Martin Luther King Jr.’s epic challenge to the church by Edward Gilbreath, Cindy Kiple, Phil Marcelo. Amazon page
- The King years : historic moments in the civil rights movement by Taylor Branch Amazon page
- Martin Luther King Jr. and the morality of legal practice : lessons in love and justice by Robert K Vischer Amazon page
- King’s dream by Eric J Sundquist Amazon page
- Martin & Malcolm & America: a dream or a nightmare? by James H Cone (Author) Amazon page
- Martin Luther King Jr., man of ideas and nonviolent social action by Rufus Burrow. Amazon page
- King : a biography by David Levering Lewis Amazon page
- The radical King by Martin Luther King Jr.,, Cornel West (Editor) (Writer of introduction) Amazon page
- Strength to love by Martin Luther King Jr.,, Coretta Scott King Amazon page
- Never to leave us alone : the prayer life of Martin Luther King, Jr. by Lewis V Baldwin (Author) Amazon page
- Killing King : racial terrorists, James Earl Ray, and the plot to assassinate Martin Luther King Jr by Stuart Wexler (Author), Larry J Hancock (Author) Amazon page
Welcome back Fuller Students! Hubbard Library Interterm hours will be as follows:
- Thursday, January 2: 10am – 5pm
- Friday, January 3: 1pm – 4pm
- Saturday, January 4: 12pm – 4pm
We will resume normal hours on Monday, January 6, which are:
- Monday & Thursday: 9am-9pm
- Tuesday & Wednesday: 9am – 6pm
- Friday: 1pm – 4pm
- Saturday: 12pm – 4pm
Flashback to the 1970s! The FTS Archives uncovered an interview with movie legend Jimmy Stewart & Broadway star Carol Lawrence from Dr. Lloyd John Ogilvie’s 1970s program, “Hollywood Happening.”
Click the link to watch as they explore the topic of hope and God’s role in their lives.
Actor Jimmy Stewart starred in 80 films over a 55-year career. Films included “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington,” “It’s a Wonderful Life,” “The Philadelphia Story,” “The Naked Spur,” “Rear Window,” “Anatomy of a Murder,” “Vertigo,” and “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance.”
Actress Carol Lawrence is best remembered for her Tony nominated performance in “West Side Story” (1957). Since the 1950s, Ms Lawrence has also played in “Funny Girl,” “Sweet Charity,” “Mame”, and the Pasadena Playhouse production of “Do I Hear A Waltz?” Television performance also include “Rawhide,” “Hawaii 5-0,” “Murder She Wrote,” “Saved By The Bell,” and “Sex and The City,” and “General Hospital.”
As we head into the holiday season, Hubbard Library wanted to inform patrons about upcoming closures and end of term hours. Below are the anticipated library closure dates and end of term hours. We will communicate any additional adjustments if they are necessary.
For fall 2019, the following will be in effect:
Monday, December 2 – Friday, December 6 AND Monday, December 9 – Friday, December 13: Extended Hours for Finals – Open 9am – 9pm.
Monday, December 16 – Wednesday, December 18: Inter-term Hours – Open 10am – 5pm
Thursday, December 19 – Wednesday, January 1: Closed for Christmas and New Years’ Holidays
Feel free to email the Library at email@example.com with any questions. Thank you!
The David Allan Hubbard Library and the Writing Center want YOU to be the best graduate student you can be! Save the date and attend our workshop on Wednesday, January 22, 2020 from 11am – 1pm. During this event, you will learn how to navigate the Library’s resources and craft excellent research papers. This workshop is being offered both online and in-person.
The workshop is FREE and space is limited, so please RSVP here by January 10, 2020. Light refreshments will be served and we encourage you to bring a sack lunch.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.