July 28, 2017
by Mat Blaine
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Written by Matt Bernstein: The ongoing relationship between the NFL and concussion safety took another important step on Tuesday when a study from the Journal of the American Medical Association strongly linked playing in the NFL with Chronic Traumatic … Continue reading
July 24, 2017
by Riham Majeed
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Today, July 24th is Amelia Earhart Day. The first female pilot to fly across the Atlantic, Amelia Earhart set incredible feats as an aviator. Of the countless record-breaking flights she navigated, she set the highest Women’s World Altitude record in … Continue reading
June 5, 2017
by Riham Majeed
Comments Off on Films that will Transport you Places!
Are you traveling anywhere this summer? Take a trip with the DiMenna-Nyselius Library’s DVD collection to a destination far away. Visit the library’s film collection and pick out a film from our display featuring some of our best destination movies … Continue reading
March 13, 2017
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The Library will be closed Tues (3/14) & Wed (3/15) due to weather. Please check the Library’s website http://www.fairfield.edu/library for Thursday’s hours. Check out our online books available through our Library Catalog. For example, read the book Winter is Coming … Continue reading
February 8, 2017
by Lisa Thornell
Comments Off on Black History Month on Kanopy: Films about Extraordinary Musicians
To celebrate Black History month, Kanopy (streaming video database courtesy of the Library) has highlighted a selection of independent films to share stories of extraordinary African American musicians whose talent has shaped today’s music industry. Kanopy’s … Continue reading