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30 years Socrates and Olga Eleftheriades Library

by Nikos Finos on 2019-12-17T11:21:00+02:00 in Eleftheriades Library | Comments

We are celebrating 30 years in the Eleftheriades Library building, which opened in 1989.

Socrates Eleftheriades was an Anatolian class of 1930. He worked in the library for a while and then moved to the US with this wife. Anatolia gave the new library their name to honor them for their service and major gifts to the school. Read more about the history of the Anatolia College Libraries.

To mark the occasion, we are waiving all fines, and students can return their overdue books to the library till the 23rd of December. 

Come to the library to celebrate with us tomorrow on Wednesday the 18th and also borrow your books for Christmas. You can borrow any of the recommended books from the list for Christmas or any other.


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