Liberty’s library: saving students one printed paper at a time

Naia Willemsen, Spotlight Editor

Most students can agree that printers are basically the most unreliable piece of equipment— ever.

We all know the feeling: it’s the night before a big essay is due. You’ve finalized it and checked your MLA formatting. After all of your hard work, it’s time to hit print.

And then the dreaded window pops up on the computer: “Printer out of ink.”

Sure, you could spend your night searching for ink in every drawer of your house, but you could also save yourself some unnecessary sleep deprivation, turn your computer off, and head to the library the next morning before school.

Liberty’s library is all too often overlooked by students, but it’s actually one of the best resources available to us, along with the helpful librarian there, Ms. Olsson.

Open almost every day before and after school and during lunches, all students need to be thankful for the library. I, for one, have been helped by it a number of times — and I know I’m not alone.

This Thanksgiving season, there’s one thing that’s saved us all during the countless little times when we’ve needed a printer.

Next time the library helps you, or even just next time you’re there, make sure to say “thank you” to our amazing librarian, because who knows, you’ll probably end up needing the library soon.