Here’s your daily dose of library-oriented speed-reads to start your day!
Welcome to Spring Semester 2015! Best of luck with your new classes, and please remember to come to the Library when you need help! Here’s some first week survival tips!
THIS IS NEW!
And, welcome to The 8:30 – a daily blog post that will provide you with a quick rundown of all that day’s events in the Library and other interesting news and links to check out before you start your busy schedule. We’re here, as well, to make the thought of an ‘8:30’ something to look forward to in the morning! Anyone who’s ever had an 8:30 class will probably know what we’re talking about! 😉
TRYING TO PUT HUMAN RIGHTS ISSUES IN CONTEXT?
Explore the text and media materials in the Human Rights Studies Online database. Reportedly covering the years 1900 -2010, streaming video and documentation support analysis and interpretation of major human rights violations and crimes worldwide.
Mercedes Julia, PhD., professor of modern and contemporary literature and cultural studies in the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, for inclusion of her book, Dias de mi Vida, first volume of Vida by Juan Ramon Jimenez on the @el_pail list of Top Ten Books in 2014. Dr. Julia presented a lecture on Jimenez work at the Library this past September, in honor of Hispanic Cultural Heritage Month.
QUOTE OF THE DAY
“And now we welcome the new year, full of things that have never been”
― Rainer Maria Rilke
HAVE A GREAT DAY!
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