Starting on Monday, March 30th, the Safe Study program will be available 24/7 until the end of final exams. Please note one exception - on Friday, April 3rd, the library will be closed for the Good Friday holiday. Other than that, the ground floor of the Murray Library won't lock its doors until April 29th.
During Safe Study, the ground floor of the Murray Library stays open after the rest of the library closes for student study space. The Safe Study program is a partnership between the USSU and the Murray Library and is available to students of all colleges. Only current students with a valid student card will be allowed in. Members of the USSU's Student Crew patrol the area, ensuring a safe place for all. Available for use are the Learning Commons computers, printer and photocopier, as well as the bookable group study rooms.
Ground Floor and Room 301 Display Cases, Murray Library
Curated by: Stevie Horn and Laurie Wing
Our most recent exhibition features an array of items that once represented the future of audiovisual, computer, and educational technologies. Some of these obsolete items will be familiar to most viewers, while others may be entirely foreign. The University Archives and Special Collections would like to invite you to come test your knowledge of the futuristic technologies of times past. Learn about the first computers on campus and experience the excitement of the early days of computing in Room 301 of the Murray Library. On the ground floor, see the evolution of the lecture slide and take a walk down memory lane with an assortment of audiovisual media spanning decades. Read more . . .