The library is just a fun place, right? Books, silence, carrels – that’s why they call it Fisher Fine Party! Now our libraries are getting even better. Last month they set up a text messaging system so you can ask the librarians questions. Our friends at The DP wrote all about it here.
They say they’re only getting about one text a day. Here at UTB headquarters, our phones are buzzing so much that one day we put them all in a bean bag chair and gave ourselves wonderful massages with your tips and photos. The BEST. What we’re getting at is that we don’t know what life is like when you don’t get a thousand text messages every minute. Sad, probably! So let’s brighten their day and send them some messages. Here are some suggestions to get you started:
Is it okay if I pronounce it “li-berry”?
Dewey Decimal? More like: Do-he have a job? My man’s GOTTA be bringing home that paper!
Is this poster possible?
I heard a rumor about the end of Charlotte’s Web. TELL ME WHAT I’VE HEARD IS A LIE.
Etc, etc. Just send “upennlib” and your question to 66746. Those all work, or you can even ask them for help on research papers. Whatever, they’ll just be happy to hear from you.
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