The Library Resumes In-Person Use
By Josh Beaudoin
As finals approach, getting out of your dorm room prison cell can be a great way to motivate yourself to study, and Peterson Memorial Library is the perfect place for you to go.
The library has resumed in-person seating at 25% capacity, however, “occupancy levels have been less that 5%,”  meaning they have plenty of space for any students looking for a place to study.
Before you head over there, here are a few things the librarians want you to know :
- Study stations are easy to book, and available by reservation only at https://wallawalla.libcal.com/reserve/PML.
- Inside the library, wear your mask at all times, even in a carrel. So, no eating in the library, and beverages are allowed in covered containers only. Just lift your mask to sip.
- You can chat online with a librarian using the ‘Ask Us’ tab on the library website or in Research Central.
- If in-person isn’t your thing, the library has virtual group study rooms available.
- Students studying online are welcome to request library materials and Public Services staff will mail them directly to their current residence.
The hours are as follows:
Sunday 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Monday – Thursday 8:00 am to 7:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am to 1:00 pm
1-2 Email correspondence with Carolyn Gaskell, Director of Libraries.