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Exploring the Leatherby Libraries


Rinker Campus Library Services Explore the services and resources at the Health Sciences Study Commons

February 9, 2023 by | Exploring the Leatherby Libraries

Did you know that the Leatherby Libraries offers services and resources as part of the Harry and Diane Rinker Health Science Campus? The Health Sciences Study Commons has 12 study rooms, 20 individual study carrels, and plenty of individual and group study spaces. Equipped with amenities such as whiteboards, printers, scanners, charging stations, and video

“Exploring the Magic of the Leatherby Libraries” Blog Series Wins Gold Award

June 14, 2021 by | News

Fans of the Leatherby Libraries will be well-acquainted with (now-graduated) student employee Jimmy Elinski’s (’21) excellent series, “Exploring the Magic of the Leatherby Libraries.” Jimmy’s series was well-liked both on and off the Chapman University campus, and we are delighted to announce that the series is the recent recipient of a Gold level award from

Exploring the Library: Fred Kakis Group Study Room

March 6, 2020 by | Exhibits and Displays

Fred Kakis was a professor of chemistry at Chapman University for twenty-five years starting in 1964 and retiring in 1989. Most importantly, Kakis was a Holocaust survivor who was a part of the 2% of Greek Jews to survive the Holocaust. During WWII, Kakis was a member of the resistance movement, fighting against the Nazi

Exploring the Library: Mendez v. Westminster Study Room

February 21, 2020 by | Exhibits and Displays

The court case of Mendez v. Westminster was a federal case that several bold Orange County parents fought against the segregated schooling system in Orange County that forced Mexican Americans to attend “Mexican Schools.” This 1947 case predates the historic case of Brown v. Board of Education, which eradicated racial segregation in public schools. Five

Exploring the Library: Temianka Collection and Study Room

December 6, 2019 by | Special Collections & Archives

Henri Temianka was a world renowned violinist, educator, conductor, and writer whose career spanned over 3,000 concerts worldwide and comprised over 100 published articles and books. Temianka founded the Paganini Quartet and the California Chamber Symphony, the first chamber orchestra in Los Angeles. Throughout his successful career, Temianka performed and trained with many of the

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