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First lines / Last lines

Posted in Academic Disciplines, Arts & Humanities, Library Collections, Library Research, and Library Services

Samuel T Barber (Cataloging & Metadata Librarian) takes an experimental excursion to see if a disparate collection of first lines and last lines from various unconnected works of literature can be recited and set to original music in order to create a completely new work.

Highly Paged Books: Second Relocation Phase Completed

Posted in Academic Communities, Academic Disciplines, Arts & Humanities, Borrowing, Faculty, General News, Library Collections, Library Research, Library Services, Sciences, Social Sciences, Staff & Administrators, Students, and Visiting the Library

We have finished moving language and literature books to the 3rd Floor of Library North and the documents to the 6th Floor of Library South. Call numbers Q (Science) through QA (mathematics) have been moved to the 3rd floor of Library North as well.

Remembering Science Fiction Author Frank Herbert: Highlighting His Archives In the Pollak Library

Posted in Academic Communities, Academic Disciplines, Arts & Humanities, Faculty, General News, Library Collections, Library Research, Staff & Administrators, University Archives, and Visiting the Library

Members of the Cal State Fullerton community, as well a members of the general public, may not know Dune author Frank Herbert’s connection to the Pollak Library. Since the last 1960s, we have been home to his manuscripts and working papers, formally known as the Frank Herbert Archives.