Fall Break and Early Closures

The Ross Pendergraft Library and Technology Center officially closed at 3:00 P.M. on Wednesday, Oct. 10, due to water issues impacting campus.  If all problems are resolved, the library will re-open at 8:00 A.M. on Thursday, Oct.11th, and we will … [Continue reading]

About Johnny Carrol Sain – Monday, Oct. 8th

The Second Monday author series continues this Monday, October 8th, as we welcome Johnny Carrol Sain to the Ross Pendergraft Library for an in-depth look at the challenges of being a free-lance writer, editor, and photographer.  Join us at 7:00 P.M. … [Continue reading]

Voter Registration in the Library

The midterm elections in the United States will be held on November 6th, and if you are not yet registered to vote or updated your voter registration, the Ross Pendergraft Library can help.  We now have voter registration forms available on the first … [Continue reading]

Echoes of the River Valley kickoff on Sept. 13

On Thursday, September 13th, at 7:00 P.M. in RPL 300B, the Ross Pendergraft Library kicks off a new series exploring, sharing and preserving the folk arts of the River Valley.  Join us this Thursday as we welcome Dave Smith, old-time fiddler and … [Continue reading]

Another Slice of Pie on September 10

Come get a slice of delicious writing and story-telling from Kat Robinson, the first author to present at our 2nd annual, 2nd Monday’s Local Author Series.  Join us on Monday, September 10th, at 7:00 P.M. in RPL 300B for a sweet time with food hi … [Continue reading]

On Trial

The Ross Pendergraft Library has 2 new databases on trial for a limited time until September 22nd.  This is your chance to weigh in on new products under consideration for purchase by the Library.  Take these two new resources for a drive around the b … [Continue reading]

Frosh News

Are you new to campus?  Are you just new to the library?  At the RPL, we believe in fast, accurate, and reliable information, so here’s a quick rundown of all the top 5 facts you need to be successful that first day on campus. 1. Find computers, eve … [Continue reading]

New Databases

The Ross Pendergraft Library is pleased to announce 40 new databases from Gale accessible right now from our list of A-to-Z Databases: http://libguides.atu.edu/az.php The full list can be seen by visiting our A-to-Z Databases page and scanning … [Continue reading]

Redgunk Tales this Monday, April 9th

Join us on Monday, April 9th in RPL 300B at 7:00 P.M. for a presentation from Dr. Bill Eakin, professor of philosophy and German from the University of the Ozarks, on his book entitled, Redgunk Tales : Apocalypse and Kudzu from Redgunk, Mississippi.  … [Continue reading]

Jonestown Survivor to Speak April 5th

This Thursday, April 5th, join us for a very special presentation from a survivor of the Jonestown massacre, Laura Johnston.  Her lecture, “Don’t Drink the Kool Aid: Advice from a Jonestown Survivor” will take place in RPL 300.  A reception will be he … [Continue reading]