Library News

234 Streaming Videos Added to Films on Demand

  • October 13, 2020

Our streaming video database Films on Demand recently added 234 new films to its collection. View the whole list, or check out the highlights below (PurplePass login required if you are off-campus).Inside Italy's COVID WarInside a hospital battling COVID-19 in Northern Italy, doctors make life and... read on →

Recent Faculty Publications

College of Arts and Sciences Dr. Robyn Goacher, associate professor of chemistry, co-authored ToF-SIMS Imaging Reveals That P-Hydroxybenzoate Groups Specifically Decorate the Lignin of Fibres in the Xylem of Poplar and Willow in Holzforschung with colleagues from another institution. Dr. Talia... read on →

Library Research Guide for Vincentian Heritage Week

  • September 23, 2020

Vincentian Heritage Week, "Caring for our Common Home: It's a Vincentian Thing," is September 27 - October 3. The general theme this year is environmental justice and racism in light of Covid-19, which is a pressing issue at the moment.Members of the University community, including faculty and... read on →

New Books and DVDs Added to the Library Collection

  • September 22, 2020

Here is a list of books and DVDs recently added to the Library collection: Library is here to support your needs. You can make book and DVD recommendations via the Library web site: you aren't visiting campus, we can mail... read on →

Learn More About the Life and Legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsberg

  • September 22, 2020

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg passed away on September 18, 2020.The Library has many resources that can help you learn more about her life and legacy.Start with the interesting documentary, RBG, which is available through Kanopy.And check out the books about her in the Library... read on →

Does the Library Quarantine Materials That Have Been Returned?

  • September 8, 2020

The Library quarantines books and DVDs for three days when they are returned. We base this quarantine on best practice in libraries, advice from the Northeast Document Conservation Center, and research conducted by the Realm Project.(If needed, we will re-circulate DVDs after one day if the case and... read on →

Recent Faculty Publications

College of Arts and SciencesDr. Michael Cassidy, assistant professor of criminal justice and criminology, co-authored Contextual Influences on the Sentencing of Individuals Convicted of Sexual Crimes with colleagues from other institutions in Sexual Abuse.Dr. Milen Radell, assistant professor of... read on →

56 Titles Added to Films on Demand Database

  • September 8, 2020

Films on Demand recently added 56 new films to its collection. You may view the list here. read on →

Can I Remove My Mask in the Library?

  • September 1, 2020

Unless you are sitting alone in a study room, please help protect the most vulnerable members of our NU community by wearing a mask at all times.Thank you! read on →

New Group Study Room is Open

  • September 1, 2020

We know that you need space to spread out, so we converted an office into a study room on a temporary basis.Maximum occupancy is three people. Check out this web page for more info about the room: read on →

Is Textbook Reserve Available in the Library This Semester?

  • August 31, 2020

Is Textbook Reserve Available in the Library This Semester?Because we quarantine books for three days after use, Library Textbook Reserve is only partially functioning this semester.We will do our best, but you can't count on a textbook you need to study from being available when you need it. You... read on →

What to Do if You Can't Swipe Into the Library

  • August 26, 2020

Some ID cards won't activate the front door. Ask Information Technology to check your card (St. Vincent's Annex).In the meantime, call the Library Service Desk during staffed hours at 716-286-8020 or ring the doorbell located above the swipe card access, and someone will come let you in.  read on →

Dr. Merkle Publishes Book

Dr. Judith Merkle, professor of religious studies, published Discipleship, Secularity, and the Modern Self: Dancing to Silent Music. It is also available as an electronic book.  read on →

A Guide to Spaces on Campus for Participating in Online Classes

  • August 24, 2020

This Guide to Spaces on Campus for Participating in Online Classes identifies spaces on campus that you might find useful if you need a private location for online classes (the guide will be revised as more spaces become available). It assumes that you have your own laptop. read on →

Dr. Hodges Publishes Book

  • August 12, 2020

Dr. Shannon Hodges, professor of counseling, published the book The Professional Counselor: Challenges and Opportunities for Routledge. read on →