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Library Events

The library has multiple spaces available to reserve for your student, campus or community event. For more information, contact Jennifer Little, librarian and Head of Instructional Services, by phone 606-783-5352, or via email. Or, download our Event Request form (PDF).

This Semester

Spring 2018

January: Martin Luther King, JR Display & Films Screenings

February: Annual Black History Month Event: African American Read-In (co-sponsored by EDEC). Also, a screening of the Martin Luther King Jr. documentary King: Man of Peace in a Time of War (sponsored by SAIL). And, A Class Divided, a Frontline documentary on America's racial struggles (co-sponsored by SAIL).

March: Holi Festival: A Celebration of Color. The students of Dr. Joy Gritton's ART 263 class presented art activities, authentic food, music, and dancing tutorials to celebrate this annual Indian celebration. 

May: Finals Week Stress Relief

Fall 2017

Morehead State Gaming Hearthstone Tournaments & Wii U Nights

Documentary Film Screening: Far above the Rolling Campus: A History of Morehead State University

Banned Books Week

Morehead Pride Diversity & Inclusion Forum, featuring the AIDS Foundation NAMES Project Quilts

CCL Presents: Nightmare in the Stacks

Finals Week Stress Relief

Archive

Decision 2016: Student-Led Political Debate

Film Screening to Encourage Transgender Visibility

Nightmare in the Stacks: Unhappily Ever After 

Guest Lecture: Thucydides

African American Read-In

National Library Week

Highlighting Student Research: Civil War History at Petersburg National Battlefield