Bring your lunch and your books and let’s chat! Join us at noon on the last Wednesday of every month in the Huie Library classroom for our monthly Any Book – Book Club meeting.
Chat about what you’re currently reading, what you recently finished reading, what you want to read, or just vent about your lack of time to read – all bookish discussion is welcome!
These events are open to the public. For more information, contact Susie Kirk.
This summer reading theme is “Libraries Rock!” The programs will explore topics such as music education, geology, and more.
These programs are free and open to children ages 6-12 of all abilities and located in the second floor classroom of Huie. Each event will be from 2-3 PM.
Programs are listed below:
Tuesday, June 5 – Shuffield Music
Tuesday, June 12 – Zumba with Fernanda!
Tuesday, June 19 – Child Safety Center
Tuesday, June 26 – Crater of Diamonds State Park
Tuesday, July 10 – Financial Literacy
Tuesday, July 17 – DeGray Lake 0wls: The Silent Flyers
Tuesday July 24 – Wegner Crystal Mines – Rocks of Arkansas
Tuesday, July 31 – End of Summer Reading PARTY!
In addition to children’s events, adults can log and review all the books they read or listen to between June 4 and August 4 here. Extra entries will be given for books read off of the Great American Read list for more information on that list we have a LibGuide. There will be randomly drawn prizes and a prize for most books read.
There will be Any Book – Book Club lunchtime events for adults at noon in the library classroom on June 27 and July 25.
For more information, call Huie Library at 870-230-5258.
Visit the displays on the first floor of the library to learn about people who have made history at Henderson.
Did you know that the XI BETA chapter of Omega Psi Phi was not only the first black fraternity on Henderson’s campus, but also the first in Arkansas to be founded at a majority-white school?
You may know about Maurice Horton, the first black student to graduate from Henderson, but do you know who the first black faculty and staff members were?
What about the first black homecoming queen?
Come by and find out!
These display will be up through the month of February.
Huie Library’s Blind Date with a Book is officially here!
Stop by the display on the first floor of Huie Library and take a chance on a Blind Date with a Book. Students, faculty, staff, and community members can participate and are encouraged to share their experience on social media with the hashtag #HuieBlindDate.
Each book includes a “Rate Your Date” to turn in to the Circulation Desk as an entry to win a $10 Starbucks gift card. As books are checked out, the display will be restocked. If you don’t find something that speaks to you, come back later and new books will be available.
The display will be up throughout the month of February and entries will be accepted until March 1. If you have any questions, please contact Susie Kirk..
May you find bookish love.
Huie Library will have extended hours to allow students to prepare for finals.
The special hours will start on Sunday, December 3 and end on Wednesday, December 13.
Wednesday, December 6…………7:30 AM – 2:00 AM
The University Archives team recovered and restored an old marble plaque found on campus.
Research done by Stephanie Gilbert, archives assistant, unearthed the story of the plaque and Laura Lee Henson. The first student to die on Henderson State University’s campus in 1914.
This plaque and more information on Laura Lee Henson can be found in the display on the first floor of Huie Library.
Watch a video about Laura Lee Henson to learn more.
Sandra Golden had many different roles at Huie Library during her 28 years of service.
On October 31, a retirement reception was held to honor those years of the service, in the Huie Library Greene Room.
Huie Library would like to introduce and welcome the newest member of the library staff, Stephanie Gilbert. Stephanie Gilbert will be Huie Library’s archivist assistant.
She is a Hope native, but a Reddie. She got her Bachelor of Business Administration from Henderson State University in 1984.
In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, (her two children are also Reddies), attending HSU sporting events with her “old” alumni friends and helping with the animals at the Humane Society of Clark County.
Gilbert will work with University Archivist, Linda Evans to complete projects for the University Archives.