Are you anxious to keep up with world news? Here are a few tips: Visit the library’s print newspaper collection. We have subscriptions to 32 newspapers in French, German, Spanish, Arabic, Russian, Chinese, Japanese and Korean. We also have The Monterey County Herald, San Francisco Chronicle, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times and […]

Stop by the library front lobby to see our Olympics display. If you are an Olympics addict, you can read all about the politics, history and economics of the Games. You’ll also find the full set of rule books for all events from the Atlanta Summer Games in our Vertical File. And in our Reference […]

Faculty tips

June 27, 2008 | Leave a Comment

Looking for some good reading recommendations for the summer? Dr. Phil Morgan of GSIPS suggests the following books on current issues in Africa: Africa’s Silk Road: China and India’s New Economic Frontier by Harry G. Broadman. Washington, D.C.: World Bank, 2007. Patterns and performance of African-Asian trade and investment flows. (available in PDF on the […]

Welcome to all of our new summer language students! The library is here to help you with your language studies this summer. We’ve got a great collection of dictionaries, grammar guides, magazines, newspapers and even foreign language novels. Stop by the Reference Desk if you’d like a quick tour of our collections. If you are […]

For those of you who are embarking on your International Business Plan Project this summer, here are some ways that the library can help. The library subscribes to several great business databases that will help you with your research: For country economic and political risk profiles and international industry analysis, look at Business Monitor Online. […]

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