By DAVID SMITHAPSY, Associated Press FSU UNIVERSITY, Fla.
(AP) FSU University has long been a favorite destination for college students.
And this year, the university is getting some help from a bookshop that’s been in business for more than a century.
A few days before the new semester starts, FSU’s bookstore is set up in a large warehouse.
Staff members set up the shelves in a way that makes them easy to read.
And they use a special tool to keep books neatly organized.
There’s a big bookcase with a big stack of books, along with a rack with more than 2,000 books.
The shelves are lined with boxes, and they have a big table where students can sit and talk about their favorite books.
There are shelves full of magazines, posters and books from local publishers.
It’s a little hard to tell where the books come from.
Staff member Alexi Alford says she started selling books at FSU as a teenager, but has since expanded the business to include online bookselling.
The business is a big deal in the Sunshine State, with students paying upwards of $1,000 a year to come in and read.FSU has been a popular destination for students and employees in recent years.
And it’s also been a destination for some critics of President Donald Trump.
The bookshop was built by the company that once owned a book store in the state, and it’s been operating for more as a university bookshop since the 1950s.
Its current lease runs through the 2020-2022 academic year, so FSU is not renewing it.
The bookstore was built in 1949, and its current owner bought it in 2006.FUSSU’s main focus is the university’s book collections, which are in its book-buying department.
And the business has been expanding at a steady clip over the years, thanks to a number of initiatives, including a $100 million donation to the university in 2016.
FSU President Michael Young said that gift was also a big factor in the bookstore’s continued success.
Young said the gift has allowed the bookstore to expand the hours of the business.
Staff can be working as late as 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., and students can come in for books before and after class.
Students also get discounts on their purchases at the store.
Young and his staff have expanded their bookshelves.
FUSSU has recently been looking for a new location for the library.
The bookstore has a shelf with more titles than ever before.
Its newest addition is the title “The End of the Beginning,” by George Bernard Shaw.
It’s a novel about the American experiment, Shaw wrote in 1874.
The store sells nearly 300,000 volumes, and sales are up 10% year-over-year to a total of more than $2 million.