At both the Hammond and Westville campus libraries we are moving the books to different areas. We are trying to create a better space for you.
Lan Shen, the humanities librarian, officially retired this past June and everyone at the library will miss her. Lan has been a part of the library family for over 10 years and it only seemed appropriate to have this month’s story about Hammond, focus on her.
Obfuscation: A User’s Guide for Privacy and Protest
By Finn Brunton and Helen Nissenbaum
Location: New Books: JC596.2.U5 B78 2015
We have a new display of our past and present chancellors. These can be found right outside the Archives/ Special collections. (LSF 245)
Stop in and see our new freshly painted archives. While you are here, check out what the archives has to offer and how you could be a part of our PNW history. We are located in LSF 245.
HeinOnline has replaced LexisNexis as the database to search for legal information at PNW. You can find comprehensive coverage of case law, legal classics, world constitutions, international law, treaties, and more.
Over the next 6 months, you will see some different faces in our libraries. To boost our efforts toward unification and further establish ourselves as one University Library system with two campuses, the library clerical staff has begun inter campus training between the Westville and Hammond campuses.
Associate Director of University Libraries
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The archives on the Westville and Hammond campuses will be under construction this summer. Recent repairs to the walls in our Westville archives have been completed. Soon the archives will
Queer Media Images: LGBT Perspectives
Edited By: Dr. Jane Campbell and Dr. Theresa Carilli
Location: Faculty Publications: P96.S58 Q44 2013