Wednesday, September 2, 2009

#28: North University Community Branch

Visiting Time: 4:15-4:45PM
Did I get lost on my way? Nope
Book Checked out: Take this Advice: The Best Graduation Speeches Ever Given (Sandra Bark, editor)

Book Selection: 3 bookmarks
Seating: 3 bookmarks
Staff: 4 bookmarks
Architecture/Atmosphere: 3 bookmarks
Total: 13 bookmarks

Librarians have told me how great this branch is. It didn't disappoint. And apparently I and these librarians aren't the only ones who feel this way, because this branch was hopping. It's set in a new part of UTC, amidst megalithic apartment buildings that were burned down by ecoterrorists in 2003.

I tried to find a humor book, but everything was either politically related or involved bodily functions. So I ended up with a compilation of college graduation speeches. Tonight, Bryan is going to hear Will Farrell's 2003 address to Harvard, and Mary Robinson's 2004 speech to Emory graduates.

(DNA? RNA? A divining rod? I'll have to ask Bryan tonight.)

(Adjacent to the library is a dog park!)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The statue is DNA.