‘Tis the season of love…at the Leatherby Libraries! In honor of Valentine’s Day this year, the Leatherby Libraries has fun decorations and goodies for Chapman students! The reference desk is adorned with rose petals and items you can checkout!
We’ve all been children before. We’ve all had toys that we loved when we were little. I know I did and I still have many of my favorite toys in storage in my childhood bedroom. What if you never stopped loving toys? What if collecting toys became a passion of yours well into your adulthood?
The new display in the Frank Mt. Pleasant Library of Special Collections & Archives is called “Can You Judge a Book by Its Cover?: Examples of the Bookbinder’s Art.” This display contains a wide variety of bindings that showcases the craftsmanship and beauty that is inherent in wrapping a book to protect it. Examples include
As a mixed woman, I have always made it a priority to learn about the amazing Black women in history who have paved the way for my success. Unfortunately, a lot of Black history wasn’t implemented in my education growing up, and my parents had to teach me. One of the ways I learned about
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
I was 19 years old when I first learned of Patrice Lumumba. Lumumba was a revolutionary individual who became the first Prime Minister of the independent Democratic Republic of Congo, helping to liberate his people from Belgian oppression. Up until this point, I had little knowledge of African history at all. African history is something
Happy New Year! If you are taking a break from school or beginning the Interterm, stop by the library to take a look at the new materials. For food and tea lovers out there, learn more about its history and current struggles in The taste of empire: how Britain’s quest for food shaped the modern
In celebration of the last weeks of the exhibit “Kids of the Black Hole: The First Two Decades of Punk in Orange County,” the Leatherby Libraries held a panel on Thursday, December 5th, giving voice to women who grew up in the punk scene of Southern California. Stacy Russo, who led the panel, is the
Thanks to the Sikhlens Foundation, the Leatherby Libraries is proud to host the photography exhibition, Lost Heritage: The Sikh Legacy in Pakistan – A Glimpse of Guru Nanak’s Travels, by Amardeep Singh. The exhibit is currently on view until January 15, 2020 in the Doy and Dee Henley Reading Room on the second floor of the Leatherby
Finals week is here! Looking for that last resource to complete your research paper? Grab some last minute materials to help get you through the end of the semester. The new materials display is located behind the reference desk and everything is available for check-out. Featured DVDs Featured Books Education Children and materialities : the