Happy Finals Week! Whether you are looking for resources for your final research paper or need a quick break from studying, come take a look at some of our newest acquisitions. May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. Increase your knowledge of Asian history by checking out Visual arts, representations and interventions in contemporary China or Bamboo
The Leatherby Libraries will be open 24 hours each day during the last two weeks of the semester: Open from Sunday, May 5, 2019 at 8 a.m. and will not close until Friday, May 17, 2019 at 10 p.m. During the late night hours, the following services will be available: circulation services, bookable study rooms, and print/copy
The first week of April marked Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week at Chapman University. Here at the Leatherby Libraries, we celebrated our graduate and professional students in style, all week long! Beginning Monday morning, our Reference desk was all dressed up, giving out cookies and library gifts in honor of grad students. And right
Picture this: it’s ten minutes past midnight, and you’re holed up in a corner of the library, in the home stretch of that essay that’s due in the morning. Just two paragraphs to go, and the playlist on your phone is the only thing getting you through. But what’s that? Your phone’s about to die?
Why do “cute” products sell more in Japan and China than their competitors? Gain insight on this phenomenon by reading Cuteness engineering, which includes an interview with Hello Kitty designer Yuko Yamaguchi. Are you a fan of Van Gogh and Rembrandt? We have miniature books of with full color images of their some of their
Did you know that nearly 25% of Chapman’s student body is graduate and professional students? Between the Orange and Rinker campuses, Chapman offers 70 different graduate and professional programs and degrees, covering everything from a Master of Science in Accounting to a Master of Arts in War and Society, along with many others. With such
Spend these last cold days of winter curled up with novel written by a popular author, such as Someday by David Levithan or Norse mythology by Neil Gaiman. March is Women’s History Month. Read up on women in leadership roles in Women’s leadership journeys. Zombies and the apocalypse seem to be a recurring theme in
The Leatherby Libraries has licensed several databases that provide streaming video, including Kanopy. Kanopy employs a demand-driven model whereby we normally grant access to the entire catalog of films, but only pay for high-usage content. This high-usage content, once acquired, makes these films available for one year. Because of Kanopy’s popularity, our current funding model
When people think of the Leatherby Libraries, they typically think only of the building on the Orange campus. But did you know that Leatherby Libraries services extend to the Rinker campus as well? Over at Rinker, Health Sciences Librarian Ivan Portillo provides services for students in the Communication Sciences, PA Studies, Physical Therapy, and Pharmaceutical
Happy February! Celebrate Valentine’s Day by expanding your knowledge of some of the different types of love: It was once illegal to marry someone of a different race. Learn about the couple who took their case to the Supreme Court and succeeded in ending all state laws which banned interracial marriage in The case for Loving.