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Welcome new students to Leavey Library! To discover what collections, research and computing consultation, and digital equipment checkout are available in Leavey, drop by our greeter table: Wednesday...Read more
The following journals were added to the JSTOR archive today. The full details for the journals are: Acquisitions (Fogg Art Museum) (Arts & Sciences V) URL: https://libproxy.usc.edu/login?url=...Read more
Dance in Video lets you view a wide selection of performances from nearly every dance genre, including jazz, tap, experimental, and ballet. In addition, it provides in-depth information about the...Read more
The USC community has another wonderful resource for historical study, Cambridge Histories Online. It includes the completely searchable full text of the 247 volumes in the Cambridge Histories series...Read more
Shahla Bahavar and Judy Truelson co-wrote “Strategic Planning for Reference in a Team Environment: The Preferred Futuring Model,” which will appear in the upcoming summer 2008 issue of the Reference...Read more
Biblioclasm: the Assault on Ideas from Homer to Harry Potter explores the persistent threat of the suppression of ideas. The exhibition opens in Doheny Library on September 26, 2008. In addition, we...Read more
Catherine Quinlan, dean of the USC Libraries, announced the changes to the USC community in an open letter, which you can read below: Dear Colleagues and Friends, In support of the objectives defined...Read more
Our fall exhibition traces the history of suppressed literature from Homer and Confucius to the Harry Potter books. To highlight the fact that censorship is an ongoing problem that impacts nearby...Read more
Stephanie Bonjack, head of USC's Music Library, was elected to serve as vice-chair of the Southern California chapter of the Music Library Association (MLA). After her one-year term, she will serve...Read more