We now have access to the Cambridge University Press International Law Reports, a publication devoted to reporting in English decisions of international courts and arbitrators, as well as judgments of national courts.
Facing a barrage of questions he could not answer from his Senate Education Committee colleagues — particularly about the right of California children to attend public schools even if they are unvaccinated — Sen. Richard Pan on Wednesday agreed to delay by one week the committee’s vote on his controversial vaccine legislation. The unexpected retreat… Continue reading
The reference desk will be closed this Sunday, April 5. It will re-open Monday, April 6 at 8:30 am.
Due to the success of our dog therapy program (which will take place April 27 to 30 this Spring term), the library will expand its services to offer a new service to students, Rent-a-Pet. Students will be able to “check out” (borrow) a pet for a period of time between 2 hours and 24 hours. Borrowing is free,… Continue reading