Library Exhibit Gallery
On display along the walls in the Oviatt Library's Exhibit Gallery are posters from the CSU Japanese American Digitization Project. As a part of the project, fifteen CSU campuses worked together to digitize letters, photographs, newsletters, and other materials that document the experiences of those imprisoned in camps during the war.
ASRS Viewing Room - Main Floor East Wing
De-stress during finals by taking in some calming and inspiring videos on our Media Wall.
Videos will run from all day.
Also, to help you relax and get into finals:
CSUN students can pick up a FINALS SURVIVAL KIT* at the Guest Services Desk. The Kit includes a FREE PILLOW or EARPLUGS and other goodies for use during study breaks while supplies last. See details below.
*Free Finals Survival Kits for CSUN students only. Current CSUN ID required. One Kit per student. Distributed beginning May 14 through May 19, 2017 or while supplies last. Finals Survival Kits can be picked up at the Guest Services Desk in the Library lobby.
Robert and Maureen Gohstand Leisure Reading Room
The British duo of William Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan were responsible for producing the most popular of English language operettas.
Over the past century there have been many ceramic figurines of the characters created by some of the most respected houses. Two display cases contain an exhaustive collection of these figurines dating from 1890 to 2010. Some are extremely rare or one-‐of-‐a-‐kind.Read More
Library Exhibit Gallery
From the United States' earliest days the American West was lauded as a land of uncharted opportunity, with westward expansion the nation's ultimate destiny. California's mid-19th-century Gold Rush helped engender the myth of the state's endless possibilities. Late-19th-century descriptions of California as the "Land of Promise" and "Golden State" serve as further evidence of California's mythos and role in the American psyche as a place of affluence and growth.Read More
Library Core Floors 2-4
Read to Lead, a partnership between the Oviatt Library and CSUN Athletics, highlights the reading habits of CSUN leaders. An important part of this exhibit includes each leader talking about a book that has influenced his or her life and career. This exhibit sends the powerful message to the CSUN community that books and reading be an influential force in personal and career development, in building relationships, and in developing leadership qualities and opportunities.Read More