The Chester Fritz Library added a subscription to the New York Times education program, which gives you the ability to create your own account and have full access to their content (minus NYT Games & NYT Cooking). On the New York Times website or app, with your account, you will have access to their current […]
Explore the 1950 Census! Since 1790, the United States federal government has been taking the census to calculate the distribution of seats in the U.S. House of Representatives. After 70 years, the data transitions from being confidential to publicly available. On April 1st of 2022, the National Archives released the 1950 Census. In recognition of […]
We are well into the Spring Semester, and the weather may finally be improving. We want to remind you that the public service staff at the Chester Fritz Library are here for your students, as well as anything we can help you with in your research efforts. We want to update you on the services we provide, now that the Library renovation is complete and COVID is still lingering.
Categories: Reader's Advisory
Happy Black History Month! First officially recognized in 1976, Black History Month is a time to honor the legacies of African-Americans across United States history and society. This February brings us to a full year of reading recommendations from the Chester Fritz Library. Celebrate by checking out our prior recommendations and this year’s new favorites. […]
This past year, Chester Fritz Library has been able to add a number of digital collections, with primary sources and scholarly literature, supporting research and courses in the humanities. Our biggest addition for scholarly books is from Project MUSE, which added thousands of titles in history, literature, anthropology, and other areas of the humanities and […]