Also on the librarys 2nd floor, you can find the Muste Alcove, named for Hope College alumnus and well-known peace activist, A. J. Muste. He spent his life working with Quakers and Communists, organized labor and radical peace activists, all in the name of non-violent solutions to the world's problems. The green sculpture pieces were created by a Hope graduate. They offer a graffiti-friendly way to express your thoughts and convictions.
|1st floor: main entrance | cup & chaucer | circulation desk | reserves desk | reference desk | reference computers | browsing section | interlibrary loan | current periodicals | newspapers | atlases | new book shelf | printing and photocopying | elevator and phone|
|2nd floor: media desk | techlab | curriculum library | microform | granberg room | library director | video collection | muste alcove | teaching lab|
4th and lower level : group study
rooms | rare book room