Eclipse at the School of Law

On August 21, spectators from all across the United States witnessed the awe-inspiring sight of a total solar eclipse. For those in the “path of totality” day became night, late August heat gave way to cool breezes, and the amazing sight of the eclipse created a memory not soon to be forgotten:

And while the eclipse may be over, that doesn’t mean you can’t keep exploring the extraterrestrial. You can read about the legal implications of satellites, cyber warfare, ownership of asteroids and more in The Little Book of Space Law, available in the Library!

From a Book’s Perspective

by guest author Aaron Glenn

With the library move underway, have you wondered what the experience is like for our books? We invite you to follow our intrepid action camera and ride along as The Library (a book from our collection) travels from 701 Main Street to its new home at 1525 Senate Street. It’s the library move from a book’s perspective!

The Library: A World History is one of many wonderful books that can be found on the shelves of our new library and includes stunning full-color images of libraries, both current and historic, from all over the world.

Please join us on May 30 as we re-open at our new location at 1525 Senate Street!