Over the summer, important changes were made at Washington University’s Chemistry Library, resulting in a more functional and attractive space. Interior walls were repainted, and floors were recarpeted. The area in front of the south-facing bay windows was rebuilt, and new window shades replaced the old. Furniture in the reading room was switched out for new arts-and-crafts style pieces, including seven reading tables, 25 chairs, and 10 table lamps. Two new armchairs complete the area in front of the bay windows.The Chemistry Library is located on the third floor of Louderman Hall, which sits just north of Olin Library. This library—like others on the WU Campus—can be used by faculty and students in all disciplines. For more information about the Chemistry Library, visit library.wustl.edu/units/chemistry.