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Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week Students Tour Library


Playing cards in library classroom Computer access popular with teenage visitors Enjoying the spacious library atrium Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week students were offered secure wireless Internet access and a tour of the Madigan Library on Friday, the final day of their stay on campus. Students especially took advantage of the library’s 30 laptops (all were checked out), spreading throughout the James Everett Logue Popular Reading Atrium. Others formed groups in the first-floor classroom, where they played card games and checked Facebook/MySpace. One student, in particular, enthusiastic about art, checked out the latest exhibit in The Gallery, “Japan Juxtaposed.” ( Photos and information provided by Keith M. Saboski, Madigan Library circulation supervisor)

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