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Library Blog

Gardening: It Grows on You

Gardening: It Grows on You

With summer here, it’s the perfect time to embrace the beauty of nature and engage in eco-friendly activities. Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or a beginner looking to start a sustainable living journey, the Fordham Libraries have a wealth of resources to help you get started.

Pride in NYC

Pride in NYC

Building upon the motto, “New York is my campus, Fordham is my school,” New York City is home to the historic Stonewall Inn and a vibrant LGBTQ+ population. As the city comes alive with rainbow flags, parades, and parties, it’s also an excellent time to explore the rich libraries and archives that preserve and promote the history and culture of the LGBTQ+ community. Read this blog post to find out more!

Loud Librarians Season Two

Loud Librarians Season Two

Loud Librarians, the very first Fordham University Libraries podcast, is back and better than ever! You can binge all of season two and hear the Loud Librarians chat about fair use, reference, circulation, service, and more library fun.

Adelaide Hasse: The GPO’s Founding Mother of the SUDOC Classification System

Adelaide Hasse: The GPO’s Founding Mother of the SUDOC Classification System

Adelaide Hasse was a 19th-century librarian. She is listed as one of the "100 most important leaders we had in the 20th century," but do you know who she is? Continue reading to discover all about this classification innovator, gov doc master, and all around remarkable woman.

World Tai Chi & QiGong Day

World Tai Chi & QiGong Day

World Tai Chi & QiGong Day is this Saturday, April 27th. An annual celebration of Tai Chi and QiGong takes place in parks and cities all around the globe. Read our latest blog post to discover all about these ancient traditional exercises that blend Martial Arts with Medicinal and Spiritual lineages.

Classics Reimagined

Classics Reimagined

Have you ever enjoyed a classic so much you’ve continued to re-read it over the years? Perhaps this was because after finishing it, you wished you could stay in that world with those characters, to learn more about their story or what could’ve happened next. Continue reading to discover books based on some popular classics that you may enjoy.

In Her Own Words: Memoirs, Essays, and Autobiographies Celebrating Women’s History Month

In Her Own Words: Memoirs, Essays, and Autobiographies Celebrating Women’s History Month

This March a display on the second floor of Quinn Library encourages all of us to hear women tell their own stories. There’s a woman’s story perfect for whatever mood you might be in today. Continue reading to see what stories we have on display... Maybe you'll find your next read here!

Walsh Library Student Lounge

Walsh Library Student Lounge

Walsh 108A is the now the Student Lounge- An inviting environment for students who just want a place to relax, get away from their books for a while, read their book for a while, enjoy a Starbucks coffee, or simply ponder their destiny. Read all about it, here!

The Data is in: What 2023 Can Teach Us About How We Use the Library

The Data is in: What 2023 Can Teach Us About How We Use the Library

We’re more than a month into 2024, so what better time than now to dig up some quantifiable data and use it to fondly analyze 2023. Thanks to our diligent library staff scattered throughout every department and across each of our campuses, we have gathered some never-before-seen library usage statistics- Continue reading to check it out!

Coming Soon: Douglass Day Transcribe-a-thon on 2/14

Coming Soon: Douglass Day Transcribe-a-thon on 2/14

On February 14 from noon until 3pm, Walsh Library will be hosting a Douglass Day transcribe-a-thon event for the first time. We put together this blog post to explain how it works. We hope you will consider joining us!