Star wars day
May the fourth is commonly known around the world by Star Wars fans as Star Wars Day. This is because May the 4th sounds a bit like “May the force”, part of a very famous quote from the film “May the force be with you”.
The Star Wars film franchise is probably one of the biggest, if not the biggest in the world. Created by George Lucas, the first film came out way back in 1977 and has since spanned many other films and TV shows. Furthermore, there’s a wealth of merchandise to be had from costumes to Lego sets.
Want to make some star wars food? Check out some recipes here.
Need some ideas for how to celebrate? Read this article!
Want to watch the films right now? We can help! If you are an Edinburgh Napier University student or staff member then log into Box of Broadcasts (BoB) and you will be able to watch many of the films for free.
Also, check out librarysearch.napier.ac.uk for loads of fascinating items relating to Star Wars! We have a wealth of books, scores and articles.
All that’s left to say is “May the Force/fourth be with you!”
International Games Week 2021-coming to a campus library near you!
22nd November – 28th November
Do you like playing games? Would you like the chance to win an Amazon voucher?
Well, you’ll be pleased to hear that for the 3rd year running the Library is participating in International Games Week, this time with fantastic prizes! Furthermore we’re sure you are going to have some fun with the games we’ve created
You’ll find links to the activities where prizes are on offer below.
How to enter
Just take a screenshot of your completed activity and email it to email@example.com from your Edinburgh Napier email address. Alternatively, pick up a paper entry for the Crossword and the Wordsearch at any of our campus libraries. All entries will be entered into a prize draw to win an Amazon voucher! The closing date for entries is 30th November 2021.
Good Luck everyone!
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by Cathryn Buckham