SPU Primo: Search the SPU Library and Beyond
The Library is pleased to host a display from the SPU Archives, containing artifacts and information concerning the history of SPU Athletics. From baseball, to wrestling, to gymnastics, come view a host of unique materials from decades past. The display is located on the south wall of the main floor of the Library.
The Library’s collection of recorded music on CD is now located on the main floor of the Library, immediately to the right upon entering the building. Browse and check out an incredibly diverse array of titles, from classical, jazz, rock, folk, soundtrack, and various other genres.
Come view SPU's new special collections exhibit for 2015, "Bibliotheca Senkleriana: The Library of the Rev. Edmund John Senkler (1802-1872), a Nineteenth-Century Clergyman and Amateur Scientist". Rev. Senkler's books are available for viewing on the second floor, in the display case on the south wall. See Librarian Steve Perisho's annotated guide for further details about each item on display.
Why Acting Matters, by David Thomson
Call Number: PN2061 .T525 2015 (New Book Shelf)
A recent arrival on the New Book Shelf (located near the stairs on the Main Level of the Library), Why Acting Matters discusses how acting is an art form intimately connected to both our understanding and our direct experience of the human condition—what author David Thomson deems a dangerous and worthy enterprise.