June 1, 2018
The American Association of University Professors and the Association of American Colleges and Universities issued a joint statement yesterday in defense of the liberal arts. They write, “we believe that institutions of higher education, if they are truly to serve … Continue reading
May 18, 2018
by Mat Blaine
Comments Off on Spring Finals Recap
At the end of every semester, we’re proud to serve so many students as they prepare for finals. In addition to our standard services like double checking citations, lending out phone & computer chargers, and helping students find the perfect … Continue reading
May 7, 2018
by Barbara Ghilardi
Comments Off on Congratulations to our 2018 Library Research Prize Winners!
On Wednesday May 2nd, Layra Cintron-Rivera, Lydia Dupree, Raymond Kingsbury, and Walt O’Donnell were awarded the 2018 Library Research Prizes of $1,000 and were honored at a reception in the Library. Since there were a number of outstanding applications, the committee also … Continue reading
May 1, 2018
by Lisa Thornell
Comments Off on Big Data is Watching You!
Choose Privacy Week’s (CPW) 2018 theme is “Big Data is Watching You” “Privacy is essential to the exercise of free speech, free thought, and free association.”- Privacy: an Interpretation of the Library Bill of Rights In the aftermath of Facebook’s Cambridge … Continue reading
April 25, 2018
by Lisa Thornell
Comments Off on Thank you to the Student Library Advisory Board!
As this academic year comes to a close we would like to shine a spotlight on an important group of students, the Student Library Advisory Board. The board was newly formed in September and consisted of 18 members, each with … Continue reading