January 28, 2015
Comments Off on Russian/Ukraine Lecture and Books
In honor of Fairfield’s Russian, Eastern European and Central Asian Studies Program’s twentieth anniversary, Stephen Cohen, a distinguished Russian Studies scholar will give a lecture titled “The Ukrainian Crisis: Why a New Cold War?” on Thursday, February 5 at … Continue reading
January 21, 2015
by Student - Justine Ferrara
Comments Off on African American History – Court Lens
In honor of Martin Luther King week, the DiMenna-Nyselius Library is showcasing books from our collection about African American history as seen through the lens of the court system. Highlighted books include those about the Plessy v. Ferguson trial, the … Continue reading
January 6, 2015
Comments Off on E-Books Hit 600,000!
The beginning of 2015 marks the Library’s milestone of offering over 600,000 e-books! Our e-book collections offer books in every discipline. Search and discover our e-books through the Library catalog. Here’s some new ebooks we got in – just in … Continue reading
December 16, 2014
Wishing You a Joyous Holiday Season! Click below to see the Library’s Holiday Card with suggestions for reading and viewing during the break. Trouble viewing video card? Please try here. Looking for some great music? Try out 2014 MUSIC Year … Continue reading
September 11, 2014
Comments Off on Check Out Who’s Reading on Campus?
The Popular Reading located on the main level of the Library offers something for everyone. Looking for a great mystery? We’ve got them. How about an inspirational biography? We’ve got those too! This collection is comprised of a myriad of … Continue reading