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UC Libraries is important to me because the library is considered my “get-away” spot where I can do my work with little distraction, and just also relax. I have made a few friends with being in the library and I also love my co-workers! The library also hosts nice programs and seems like they cater to the staff/faculty and students as much as they can.
Jazmine Covington, junior, McMicken College of Arts & Sciences, organizational leadership
The library is important to me for many reasons, however, I would have to say that the library supplies a quiet workspace with resources to databases, articles, journals and (of course) books. It provides all things that are necessary to complete an assignment (except motivation). I am current working as a communications design co-op in Langsam and it is providing me with real-world experience.
Sami Scheidler, sophomore, DAAP, communication design
The UC Libraries are important to me because they provide a place to efficiently get my school work done. There are many tools made available to students at the libraries such as printing, research databases and books that are required for our classes and if you need any help, there are plenty of employees to assist you.
Tate Snyder, junior, CECH, criminal justice and paralegal studies
Working at the Archives and Rare Books Library has been one of the best experiences of my college career. Not only do I get to work with our collections–which contain so much of Cincinnati’s history, as well as pieces of the world’s history– but I get to work side-by-side with the people who bring that history to life each day.
Sydney Vollmer, junior, Lindner College of Business, marketing
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