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Libraries' spring hours given

The libraries' spring term hours, effective February 1 through May 19, are as follows.

Administrative offices -- Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday, closed.

Aero/Astro -- Monday-Friday, 8:30am-6pm; Saturday, 11am-6pm; Sunday, 1-5pm.

Barker -- Monday-Thursday, 8:30am-11pm; Friday, 8:30am-7pm; Saturday, 11am-6pm; Sunday, 1-11pm.

Computerized Literature Search Service -- Monday-Friday, 10am-6pm; Saturday-Sunday, closed.

Dewey -- Monday-Thursday, 8:30am-11pm; Friday, 8:30am-7pm; Saturday, 11am-6pm; Sunday, 1-11pm.

Document Services -- Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday, closed.

Humanities -- Monday-Friday, 7am-midnight; Saturday, 8am-midnight; Sunday, 10am-midnight.

Institute Archives -- Monday-Friday, 11am-4:30pm; Saturday-Sunday, closed. (Archives morning hours available by appointment by calling x3-5136.)

Lewis Music -- Monday-Thursday, 8:30am-10pm; Friday, 8:30am-7pm; Saturday, 11am-6pm; Sunday, 1-10pm.

Lindgren -- Monday-Thursday, 9am-9pm; Friday, 9am-6pm; Saturday, 11am-6pm; Sunday, 1-9pm.

Reserve Book Room (Hayden) -- Monday-Thursday, 8:30am-11pm; Friday, 8:30am-7pm; Saturday, 11am- 6pm; Sunday, 1-11pm.

RetroSpective Collection -- Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday, closed.

Rotch -- Monday-Thursday, 8:30am-11pm; Friday, 8:30am- 7pm; Saturday, 11am-6pm; Sunday, 2-10pm.

Rotch Visual Collections -- Monday-Friday, 8:30am-6pm; Saturday-Sunday, closed.

Schering-Plough -- Monday-Thurs- day, 9am-7pm; Friday, 9am-6pm; Saturday, closed; Sunday, 2-5pm.

Science -- Monday-Friday, 7am-midnight; Saturday, 8am-midnight; Sunday, 10am-midnight.

Special schedules will be posted for holidays. Libraries' hours are also available on the web.

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on February 9, 2000.

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