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Esther Shin

Esther Shin

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Book a Room or Try Our New Collaborative Study Pod Updated Room Booking Policies

September 4, 2018 by | Leatherby Libraries

Updated Room Booking Quotas Doctoral students can now book from 1 to 8 hour blocks. Graduate students can now book from 1 to 6 hour blocks. Collaborative Study Pod Check our our new Collaborative Study Pod! The pod will be here for the entire fall semester.  Procedures This Collaborative Pod is available to use on

We’re Moving! Transitioning to a new interlibrary loan system

August 17, 2018 by | Leatherby Libraries

The Leatherby Libraries’ current interlibrary loan system (ILL), ILLiad, will continue to run until Sunday, August 19, however, on Monday, August 20, the library will shut down ILLiad. ILL patrons will not be able to submit ILL requests on Monday, August 20. From August 21 – 29, patrons will be able to submit ILL requests,

Read & Win Prizes with Leatherby Libraries’ “Community of Readers” Earn prizes for each book you read!

May 18, 2018 by | Leatherby Libraries

Planning to do any beach reading this summer? Think you’ll use your downtime to catch up on classic novels, or even graphic novels? Join the Community of Readers (CoR) and earn prizes as you read! The Leatherby Libraries has hosted Community of  Readers for eleven years now. The program is open to anyone with a Leatherby Libraries

Annual Literary Pub(lishing) Crawl Engages Students Across Campus Offering panels on translating, publishing, and landing a job

May 4, 2018 by | Leatherby Libraries

This year’s Literary Pub(lishing) Crawl included three panels covering topics on translating, writing, publishing, and building a career, and was wrapped up by a very special keynote address by Chapman University Presidential Scholar, Rebecca Skloot. Translate Confidently: Writing Across Cultures Panelists: Allan MacVicar, Alison Williams*, Nachoem M. Wijnberg Work Courageously: Landing a Job, Building a

Cookies and 24-hour Services at the Leatherby Libraries Stay up with us this finals season!

May 4, 2018 by | Leatherby Libraries

The Leatherby Libraries will be open 24 hours each day during the last two weeks of the semester:Open from Sunday, May 6, 2018 at 8 a.m. and will not close until Friday, May 18, 2018 at 10 p.m. During the late night hours, the following services will be available: circulation services, bookable study rooms, and print/copy services.

Expanding Imagination: The Art of Pop-up and Movable Books Latest Exhibition at the Leatherby Libraries!

April 2, 2018 by | Leatherby Libraries

Expanding Imagination: The Art of Pop-up and Movable Books A selection of pop-up and movable books from the Frank Mt. Pleasant Library of Special Collections and Archives curated by Rand Boyd and Briana Bohn. This exhibition highlights pieces by Robert Sabuda and Vojtěch Kubašta, and includes an early piece by Lothar Meggendorfer! Exhibition Dates: April

Feet to the Fire: Finding My Soul in Success A Book Conversation with Author Kathy Gardarian

March 27, 2018 by | Leatherby Libraries

The Leatherby Libraries is proud to present a book conversation with author Kathy Gardarian on her recent publication, Feet to the Fire: Finding My Soul in Success. Kathy Gardarian, author of Feet to the Fire: Finding My Soul in Success, has nurtured a lifelong passion for spirituality, even as she has climbed the corporate ladder

Call for Entries! 5th Annual Staff Art Exhibition in the Leatherby Libraries

March 12, 2018 by | Leatherby Libraries

Show off your talents at the Leatherby Libraries! It’s time for the 5th Annual Staff Art Exhibition. The deadline to submit your applications is Monday, April 2, 2018, so, get out your art supplies and cameras. We welcome both two- and three-dimensional artworks, such as paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture, mixed media, and crafts. Installation will

“The Bard on Campus” A new display highlighting Othello folios loaned to the library from Professor Tom Bradac

February 2, 2018 by | Leatherby Libraries

The Bard on Campus is a new display in the Frank Mt. Pleasant Library of Special Collections and Archives that commemorates the long history of Shakespeare on the Chapman University campus. On display are photographs and programs highlighting the work of Henry Kemp-Blair, who started the Henry Kemp-Blair Shakespeare Festival in the 1960s and Tom

Reading Revamp Exhibition at the Leatherby Libraries By Chapman University Graphic Design Students

December 19, 2017 by | Leatherby Libraries

We’re often told that we “cannot judge a book by its cover”, but that’s not always true. Especially not when it comes to the elaborate book jackets created by Professor Rachelle W. Chuang’s graphic design students. These students participated in a rigorous process to research, redesign, and physically produce two conceptually different book jackets for

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