Tag: Library Resources

The January 6th Report- History as it Happens

This week, the Government Publishing Office is releasing the Final Report of the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol in both print and electronic formats, and Fordham, as a proud participant in the Federal Depository Library Program will have this important document available to our patrons.

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Staying Calm During Finals

Finals can be a stressful time for many of us. Fortunately, the library offers a breadth of wellness resources for those much-needed breaks between examinations and term papers. Read on to discover how the library can help you manage stress and remain calm throughout these final study sessions.

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Falling Back into Standard Time…One Last Time?

The Sunshine Protection Act of 2021 would extend daylight saving time as a permanent fixture in the United States for the entire year, and not just from the usual March to November period. If it becomes law, it means the clocks will not change after the “spring forward” from standard time in March 2023. For now, daylight saving time remains, but could this be the very last time we set our clocks back? Only time will tell!

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Fordham Libraries Join JSTOR Open Community Collections

The Fordham University Libraries is thrilled to announce that three of our digital collections have been added to the web-accessible JSTOR Community Collections. Anyone and everyone with an internet connection will be able to view these collections, regardless of their affiliation with Fordham University. Inclusion in JSTOR will expand the impact of Fordham’s digital resources well beyond our immediate community, as well as increase our standing as a research library!

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