Theme for the week: National Parks Worldwide December 6-8, 2017 National Parks provide protection for both land and ingenious animals, in hopes to preserve its natural habitat, as well as creating a space for people to explore, learn, and admire the allure that National Parks have to offer. Come ...
December 6, 2017 • Dawn Collings
The catalogs from Sherry-Lehmann are the backbone of our recently created, Price the Vintage, an application built to help crowdsource the extraction of historic prices from wine sales catalog.  But what, you might ask, is Sherry-Lehmman?  In 1934, legendary Prohibition bootlegger, Jack Aaron took ...
December 3, 2017 • Axel Borg
Librarians specializing in the humanities and social sciences have assisted over 600 students so far this quarter and we are ready to help you with your end-of-the-quarter assignments. As the Fall Quarter winds down and assignments and term paper deadlines approach, meet with a librarian to make sure you are ...
November 29, 2017
On December 6, 2017, Special Collections will implement a new online request system, Aeon. This software system is used by most of our fellow UC Special Collections departments as well as many academic research libraries across the country. It will replace the paper registration and request forms in our Reading ...
November 28, 2017 • Sara Gunasekara
Theme for the week: Animal Migration November 27- December 1, 2017 Get out of the cold, wet, and dark weather by taking some advice from our animal friends. Maybe you might decide to join the Peregrine Falcons on their 8,000 mile trip to Argentina, where they enjoy the ...
November 26, 2017 • Dawn Collings
I am on a mission to give sweet potatoes the recognition they deserve. This may seem like an odd quest, so let me explain. My sweet potato campaign began ten years ago, when I discovered my beloved candied yams, garnet yams and jewel yams are NOT yams. ...
November 20, 2017 • Jennifer Harbster