Each semester, Hunter Library honors its graduating student workers by adding a book of their choosing to the collection. Three student workers are graduating in December. Their selections will be on display on the library’s main floor from November 21-January 5.
Megan Custer has worked in the Circulation unit for more than a year. A Psychology major and a Philosophy minor, Megan plans to go to graduate school for clinical mental health counseling. She chose to add Suzanne Young’s The Program to the Curriculum Materials Center.
April Huffman has worked for the Circulation unit for over a year. She will graduate this December with a major in Forensic Science and minors in Criminal Justice and Chemistry. She plans to work as a Forensic Scientist. April chose The Princess Bride by William Goldman for the library’s collection.
Brianna Rhodes has worked in the Systems unit for 3 years. She is graduating with a Forensic Science (Biology Concentration) major and Criminal Justice and Chemistry minors. She hopes to work as a DNA Analyst. Brianna chose The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini for the library collection.