If you have lost any personal belongings at American University of Health Sciences (AUHS), the library has you covered! Stephanie Lien, the AUHS librarian, invites students who have lost any valuables on campus to visit the university library and see if the item is in their lost and found. For the Spring 2017 quarter, the library lost and found has accumulated a tape recorder, a calculator, several flash drives, a gold chain, a pair of sunglasses, and prescription eyeglasses.
“I will most likely ask the person to describe what the item looks like to make sure we give it to its rightful owner,” Lien said, “We usually keep the items in our lost and found in the library until the quarter. If it has not been claimed, the items will be donated or disposed of.”
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