About 25% of the time I even walk PAST the bookstore I end up going in, even if it's just to look around for 5 minutes. They often have a bargain table of cheap books (last time I was there I found a copy of The Onion Ad Nauseum Volume 14 for $9!). They have a new customer service desk which is very visible; the employees are happy to help you get the book(s) you need.
Across from the main books area on the main floor, you can find newspapers, magazines, gifts, and Husky merchandise. There is free wi-fi access and tables and chairs near the windows, as well as a cafe. Right now they are featuring several shelves worth of sudoku books, so if you need your sudoku fix, check out the section right across from the cafe.
They have an awesome art supplies department (but for staple items, like envelopes, notebooks, binders, and ballpoint pens, go up the street to Bartell Drugs - their prices on these items are way better than the bookstore). The textbook department is not generally cheaper than going online for your books, but it's always good to check.
Overall, I very much recommend this bookstore.