New Mural in Library Media Lounge

mural showing colorful bodies interacting

The William H. Hannon Library is proud to be the host of Loyola Marymount University’s most recent piece of public art. In collaboration with Curbside art collective, we have added … Read more

What LMU Means to the Library

two students sitting on lawn outside library

Today’s post was written by Rhonda Rosen, programming and exhibitions librarian. “LMU” means a lot of different things to different people. To faculty, it may mean a place to research, … Read more

Winners of the 2022 Library Research Awards

Now in their sixteenth year, the Library Research Awards recognize and reward Loyola Marymount University students whose research makes expert and creative use of the services, resources, and collections of the William … Read more

Research Help: Ready-made Tutorials and Videos

photo of the bookstacks in the library

Written by Instructional Design Librarian, Darlene Aguilar. At the William H. Hannon Library, we produce instructional content to help students better navigate library resources and gain information literacy skills. In … Read more

Welcome José Rincón

Please join us in welcoming José Rincón to the William H. Hannon Library! José is our new reference and instruction librarian for business. José is a native Angeleno who became … Read more

Announcing the 2022 IRDL Scholars

photos of 28 irdl scholars

The Institute for Research Design in Librarianship (IRDL) Online is pleased to announce its 2022 cohort of scholars. This year, the William H. Hannon Library will virtually welcome 28 scholars … Read more

Welcome Lizeth Zepeda

Please join us in welcoming Liz Zepeda to the William H. Hannon Library! Liz is our new university archivist. Prior to coming to LMU in January, Liz worked as a … Read more

Welcome Kimberly Carter

Please join us in welcoming Kimberly Carter to the William H. Hannon Library! Kim is our new copy cataloging assistant. Prior to coming to LMU in January, Kim worked at … Read more

A Gabrielino-Tongva Annotated Bibliography

Gabrielino-Tongva Circle on LMU's bluff

The William H. Hannon Library has received an Inclusive Excellence Grant to publish a digital, open educational annotated bibliography of published and archival resources on the Gabrielino-Tongva tribe. The project … Read more

Why I Want to Become a Librarian

books on nicole's shelf

Today’s post was written by Nicole Murph, reference assistant at the William H. Hannon Library. In December 2021, I completed my coursework at San Jose State University (SJSU) and received … Read more