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Spring Semester Hours
- Monday - Thursday: 8am-11pm
- Friday: 8am - 8pm
- Saturday: 2pm - 6pm
- Sunday: 2pm - 9pm
Video Game Book Club: Undertale
The Library is offering its fifth installment of the Video Game Book Club Series for students, faculty, and staff. In a Video Game Book Club, participants play the same selected title on their own, and then come together to talk about their experience: gameplay, story, art, music, etc. The Library's selected game this year is Toby Fox’s award-winning title Undertale, available on all major gaming platforms.
Undertale is described by the creator as “an RPG for PC, Mac, Linux, PS4, PS Vita, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One. Long ago, two races ruled over the Earth: HUMANS and MONSTERS. In this RPG, you don't have to kill anyone. Each enemy can be "defeated" nonviolently. Dance with a slime. Pet a dog. Whisper your favorite secret to a knight. Or, ignore this choice and rain destruction upon your foes. But your journey will take determination. Each adversary has unique bullet patterns that you must dodge as well. (Don't worry, it's not that hard.) Emphasis on humor, character dialogue, and player choice...”
Sponsored by a CAB grant, the Library will give away several copies of Undertale for participants at the Kickoff event on Friday, February 2nd at 3PM. We will then have our first game discussion session on Friday, February 23rd with a final discussion session on Friday, March 29th. All meeting will be held in the Library Conference Room and via Teams. We look forward to seeing you there!
Black History Month Book and Gallery Display
The library is celebrating Black History Month with several book displays and gallery wall exhibit. Check out books from African American authors and view our Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow exhibit from the New York Historical Society.
Blind Date with a Book
Get in the mood with one of our mysterious covered novels. A short message gives you a taste of what you're in for. No peeking now.
Reference services are available in-person and online.
- Drop-in reference is available at the Morrisville and Norwich campus reference desks
- Morrisville drop-in reference Monday through Friday - 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Norwich drop-in reference Monday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- Book an In-Person or Online reference appointment with a librarian through our Bookings Page
- Email Libraryemail@morrisville.edu.
- Use our Ask Us 24/7 library chat reference at any hour of the day or day of the week.
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