City Never Sleeps by Emily Goldblum
Debate About the Debate: In last night’s debate, it looks like President Obama came out ahead of Mitt Romney, if the Twitterverse and blogosphere are to be believed.
The President got off the best zinger of the night. “The 1980s called, and they want their foreign policy back.” See for yourself.
If you missed the action, click here for a full transcript of the debate.
Cohen Library Hours Extended–Finally! Your wish has finally come true. You’re now able to be in the library from 7 a.m. to midnight from Monday to Friday. Don’t believe me? Check it out.
Speaking of Libraries: Have you heard of Palgrave Connect? The site contains a new e-book collection varying in Humanities, Business and Social Sciences from the passed two years. PDF and EPUB (whatever that is) is available.
All Access Pass to Open Access: This week (10/22 – 10/28) happens to be the week-long event named Open Access. This is its 6th year as a global event that gives anyone and everyone access to free and online access to the results of ‘scholarly research, and the right to use and re-use those results.’ This could be an easy way out of making a trip to the library at midnight.
Click the link to become involved in the discussions.
October 24th (Wednesday) –
College Fest Fun: Free food, games and prizes. There also happens to be a wide diversity of services, resources, programs and activities to accompany the free food, games and prizes. This event will be at the Great Hall in Shepard Hall and will go from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. – or however long it takes to finish your lunch.
Here’s the official event.