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Meet the Circ Desk Attendants

Today we at the Dewey Library want to introduce you to the hard working students who staff the circulation desk. Without them we’d be hard pressed to provide the level of service you’ve come to expect from us.

  Today we at the Dewey Library want to introduce you to the hard working students who staff the circulation desk. Without them we’d be hard pressed to provide the level of service you’ve come to expect from us.

Yan Yan Wang           

First up is Yan-Yan Wang, known to us as Gloria from Taiwan. She is a Masters student in English Lit and likes working here because it’s quiet.

         

Elizabeth Malonado

 Next is Elizabeth Maldonado, from Bronx, NY. She is majoring in Political Science and is currently an undergraduate senior. She likes working here because it’s peaceful.

           

Solanlly Cabrera

This is Solanlly (pronounced Solangee) Cabrera from Manhattan. She is currently in her first year as a mathematics and statistics graduate student. She likes working here because the environment motivates her to do her schoolwork.

 Quanjie Zhu      

This is Quanjie Zhu; Julie to us, from Dalian, China. She is a 2nd year business administration graduate student, and she likes working here because she loves to see the patrons smile.

 Muhammad Sajid       

This is Muhammad Sajid from Pakistan. He is a 5th year political science PhD student, and likes the library because it is a very comfortable and pleasant environment to work with people.

Mahi

Finally, Mahnaz Alaei is from Iran. She is currently an hourly clerk, and will receive a Master's in Computer Science in May. She likes working in library because she loves books and the quiet and peacefulness of the library.

The Dewey Library is only as good as its staff, and this year we’re doing great. So thank you, everyone, for your service and hard work! We couldn’t ask for better help.

Blog post created by Alex Hoag

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