Finals are just around the corner! The Libraries and other campus
partners are providing opportunities to have fun and relax during your
marathon study sessions.
Did you know that coloring is a great stress reliever? Take a break
from studying and join the University Libraries for coloring contests in
Mullins Library from Dec. 9 to Dec. 19. Grab a sheet and some crayons
by the east entrance and submit your masterpiece at the Reference Desk!
All pictures will be posted near the west entrance.
Take advantage of these other study breaks in Mullins:
Sunday, Dec. 15: Cookies & Coffee with Associated
Student Government, 10 p.m., west entrance. Your student representatives
want to support you. Stop by for cookies and coffee before the first
big day of finals!
Monday, Dec. 16: Order of Omega Candy Bar, 10 p.m.,
west entrance. Mix your favorite candies in a small treat bag and chat
with representatives of Order of Omega!
Tuesday, Dec. 17: Trail Mix with Parent & Family
Programs, 10 p.m., west entrance. Remember when your parents would send
you to school with M&M's or Goldfish for the class trail mix during
standardized testing? We do! Create your own trail mix and let your
parents and family send some support from home!
Special thanks to all of our sponsors: Friday Night Live, University of
Arkansas Honors College, Associated Student Government, Order of Omega,
and Parent & Family Programs.
Extended Hours: Mullins Library extends its regular
hours during the end of the semester and final exams. The library will
open at 7 a.m. and close at 11 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 6, and Saturday,
Dec. 7. After opening at noon on Sunday, Dec. 8, the library will remain
open 24 hours a day until closing at 6 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 20. The
library will open at 10 a.m. and close at 6 p.m. on Saturday, December
For more information on library hours and services, please check the library homepage at http://libinfo.uark.edu.
Library hours can also be heard by dialing 575-4101. Please contact
library departments and branch libraries for schedule variations and
exceptions. Best of luck with final exams and projects!