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What's New: Library Events, Looking Back and Looking Forward

Spring 2020

Of our many services, one that is sorely missed are our in person events. Last year was full of a lot of highlights, whether it was guest authors, finals relaxation events, panels, or film screenings -- they garnered new experiences, mentoring, and educational opportunities, and a lot of fun along the way.

book, a nuclear waste primer

What's Up: Environmental Justice Exhibition

Fall 2019

The yearlong exhibition launched this past July, Right of Way: Justice and Equity in the Growth of Los Angeles, demonstrates the crucial role the preservation of documents of private citizens, community groups, government projects and political campaigns plays in how we remember our history.  The items selected for the exhibit depict environmental justice as a dimension of the history of the Los Angeles area from the early to late 20th century, both the deleterious conditions that demanded action and the efforts to rectify them.

Table with 3D printer and 3D printed objects

What's New: Students Celebrate the Creative Media Studio

Fall 2019

The Oviatt Library kicked off the fall semester with a festive celebration to honor the five year anniversary of its Creative Media Studio. Past and present CSUN students were invited to submit a project they created in the studio for a showcase competition in five categories: Videography, Photography, Audio, Graphic Design, and 3D Printing. The winners were each awarded a $75 Amazon gift card.

Julieanna Hever, M.S., R.D., C.P.T.

What's New: Alumna Julieanna Hever Brings Plant-Based Nutrition Expertise to the CSUN Community

Spring 2019

In a collaboration between the Marilyn Magaram Center and the College of Health and Human Development, the Friends of the Oviatt Library are pleased to welcome Julieanna Hever, M.S., R.D., C.P.T. back to the campus to share the essence of her bestselling book, Plant-Based Nutrition (Idiots Guide) 2nd Edition. Julieanna travels the globe to share her passion for healing and happiness through a whole food, plant-based diet.

items from the teacher curriculum center

What's New at the Oviatt Library: Summer Moves and Renovations

Fall 2018

It may have seemed like a quiet Summer here on campus, but there was plenty of activity at the Oviatt Library. Big moves and renovations took place including the Teacher Curriculum Center and Music & Media merging into one space, an expansion and renovation of the Library Technology Services area, and preparations for our campus Map Library to migrate into a new space.

Materials from the Oviatt Library's Teacher Curriculum Center

What's New and On the Move at the Oviatt Library

Spring 2018

The Library is continuing to grow through renovation projects and additions that will be underway through the end of the year.  Read all about what's new and what's upcoming for the Library in the future.

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What's Up: Special Collections & Archives Grand Re-Opening

Fall 2017

The Oviatt Library cordially invites you come explore and get to know the unique wonders of the new and improved Special Collections & Archives. After two years of renovations and a complete transformation Special Collections & Archives is ready, and it shouts “all eyes on me.”

Children outside a school in a japanese internment camp.

What's Up: Executive Order 9066

Spring 2017

Special Collections and Archives and the Friends of the Oviatt Library invite you to an exhibit and a presentation that together commemorate and remind us of the shattering impact of Executive Order 9066.

Former Mayor Tom Bradley

What's Up: Black History Month

Winter 2016

All month, all free, and open to everyone: a film screening, live music, poetry, open mics, exhibits, food, and faculty presentations are all part of the Oviatt’s exciting Black History Month events schedule.

Open Access

What's Up: Open Access in the Future of Libraries

Fall 2016

Read about how the Open Access movement is beginning to impact the important, everyday work of academic librarians, and then join us at the Oviatt for a Day of Data to learn even more.