On Valentine’s Day, Friends of VCU Libraries asked students to share their love for VCU Libraries and the response was…loving.

Hundreds of students enjoyed a quick study break at tables at Tompkins-McCaw for the Health Sciences and  James Branch Cabell Library to craft a handmade valentine to share what they love about VCU Libraries. Love for staff and librarians came in waves and also for many spaces and places. One student loves “the basement,” not considered one of the building’s marquee spaces. Some students found it hard to write just one thing.

Handmade Valentine that reads, “I love the view on the 3rd floor. I love that I can borrow a TI-84 everytime I need one. I love to sit in the Starbucks with Intervarsity Friends. I love cramming in room 301-c. I love the Cabell Staff. Thank you! We thank you all!”

“Thank you to all of our students and visitors for participating in #VCULibraryLove,” said the Development Office’s Sarah Neely, who organized the day-long events, who will share the love notes with  library supporters and staff.

Categories Friends of VCU Libraries, Health Sciences Library, Students