August, 2014 is the 100th Anniversary of the start of World War I. Explore the impact of the Great War. Read Hew Strachan’s 2004 book The First World War, available on Library upper level at D521 S86 2005. Click here … Continue reading
July 31 is the feast of St. Ignatius Loyola, the founder of the Jesuits. In honor of his feast day, we offer you the online book Why Are the Fairfield University Buildings Named After Dead Jesuits? and What do they … Continue reading
What would a world without any patents look like? Would industries go into a frenzy, without any legal binding to prevent one company from using an idea from another? Or could no patents possibly lead to a much more beneficial result? … Continue reading
As we hit the midway point of summer, here are four tips to get the most out of your break: 1. Stay Informed Finally, it’s summer! Time to hit the beach, party, and—maybe the best part—sleep in! It’s true that … Continue reading
Calling all readers!
Check out our summer 2014 reading list, selected by Library staff. There are two displays by the main staircase, featuring a wide variety of fiction, nonfiction, and young adult books. Be sure to take a copy of our list and check out a book– the summer is the ideal time to catch up on reading!
Not in the Library? Here’s our list online! Summer Reading List PDF