Tag: Library Resources

World Tai Chi & QiGong Day

World Tai Chi & QiGong Day is this Saturday, April 27th. An annual celebration of Tai Chi and QiGong takes place in parks and cities all around the globe. Read our latest blog post to discover all about these ancient traditional exercises that blend Martial Arts with Medicinal and Spiritual lineages.

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New Year, New You

Welcome back, Rams! Now that you’re recharged and ready to slide into 2024 with ease, it’s time to hit the books, and focus on some of those New Year’s resolutions. Whatever your goals for 2024 may be, the Fordham University Libraries has a plethora of material that can help guide you in seeing through those resolutions, and setting your sights on becoming the best version of you.

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The Kennedy Assassination – Six Decades of Questions

Nearly 60 years ago, on November 22nd, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. Though Lee Harvey Oswald was determined as the lone gunman, a number of conspiracy theories have come forth since that fateful day in Dallas. Fortunately, the Fordham University Libraries has a large collection of books on the subject and is a federal depository library, allowing its patrons to research the matter for themselves and delve into all sides of the debate. Continue reading to find out more.

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Constitution Day 2023

It’s Constitution Day again, the day we celebrate the approval of the United States Constitution by the delegates to the constitutional convention in 1787. While we all know the basics that we learned in school, how well do we know the details of this historic document? To mark this Constitution Day, let’s try a little quiz!

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Public Domain 2023

When works go into the public domain, they can legally be shared, without obtaining permissions or paying fees. This means that we can all discover and enjoy works that might otherwise be lost into obscurity. Continue reading to learn more about what works published in the United States before 1927 have been ushered into the public domain this year.

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