The latest display to be presented in Leatherby Libraries is that of La Frontera – The Border. Since the beginning of the year, La Frontera has presented on campus as part of a year-long initiative to explore the concept of borders and the many issues that surround the US-Mexico border. This display presents many different books that not only discuss the southern border but also borders across the world. Francisco Cantú’s The Line Becomes a River: Dispatches from the Border, which is the topic of an upcoming book club in Leatherby Libraries, is also on display. La Frontera’s main event is the Border Conference, which will take place from November 14 to 16 on campus. Make sure to stop by the display on the first floor of Leatherby Libraries!
Students studying in either of the Jack and Belle Lindquist Dream Rooms (313 and 314), in the Edgar and Libby Pankey Library of Education on the third floor of the Leatherby Libraries may have noticed a new and unusual display hanging between the two rooms: a jar of corn kernels! No, these kernels aren’t for
For the last five years, Chapman University Digital Commons has served as an open access repository for the research, scholarship, and creative activity of the Chapman community, helping the university collect, store, and showcase these works to readers around the globe. We are happy to now expand these services by creating Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs)