CSN has a new database called Campus Research. This database is replacing Nexis Uni and will be very useful for students in the paralegal program, criminal justice classes or anyone seeking legal information.
CSN's One Book, One College (OBOC) program begins its fifth year of bringing the CSN community together by reading and discussing a single book!
HBO has announced that Ta-Nehisi Coates’ book Between the World and Me is being made into a television special premiering this fall.
The American Women’s Almanac: 500 Years of Making History by Deborah Felder (2020) is a new addition to our Credo Reference
Is quarantine life making it hard to focus? Need to develop a hobby that gets you outdoors or can be done with social distancing? If you’re already an amateur shutterbug using your smartphone camera, now might be the perfect time to up your photo game in a snap!
Two years, five months, and 18 days, for a total of 900 days. 21,600 hours, or 1,296,000 seconds. That is the amount of time it took freedom to reach the nearly 250,000 Black men, women, and children who remained enslaved in Texas after the Emancipation Proclamation was formally instituted by President Lincoln on January 1, 1863.
You've been living through it for almost 3 months now- the Coronavirus pandemic. It's interrupted your school, home, and work life. Perhaps you have your own story to tell. This hot topic is well suited to many assignments you undertake this Summer semester.
Filipino Pork Adobo.
We made it to April, a month of mostly warmer weather, spring break, and National Poetry Month! CSN Libraries typically celebrates with a display of poetry books inside each campus library. But just because the physical libraries are closed doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate online.
As we continue to celebrate Black History Month at CSN Libraries and across CSN campuses, we’d like to invite you to check out some of our new books related to influential African-Americans.