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Physics Library to close May 9
Due to growing demands for faculty and laboratory spaces in the Physics Building, Syracuse University Library and the Department of Physics have agreed to close the Physics Library. The last day of operation will be Friday, May 9.
Physics materials will be relocated to the Science and Technology Library at Carnegie, beginning on May 16. The move is expected to take several days. Users with an urgent need for specific material from the physics collection during the move should convey their requests directly to Science and Technology Library staff. Otherwise, the physics collection will be unavailable for use during the move. Physics materials that are currently charged out may be returned to any of the other SU libraries.
For Science and Technology hours, visit http://library.syr.edu/information/hours/summer2008.html.