Notice the changes in the lower level of the library? What’s happening to those books and shelves? Learn more!
April 8-14 is National Library Week!
At the end of each September, libraries, booksellers, bibliophiles (lovers of books), and other advocates for intellectual freedom celebrate Banned Books Week. We celebrate the freedom to read, the fight … read more
Who determines what you are allowed to read? Come learn more about free speech, privacy and the freedom to read.
Become aware: suicide prevention exhibit, books and other resources available to you inside and outside the library.
Finally! It’s National Library Week? Click here to learn more!
This semester the Luria Library is proud to welcome a new [and virtual!] library intern, Jennifer Corob. Click here to meet Jennifer, and find out what “virtual” means!
Even while the Luria Library is closed for the winter break, you can still get ideas about “what to read next” or even meet with other readers online.
It might seem odd that a library would discard books. It seems like the opposite of what a library would do, since we are trying to provide you with resources rather than take … read more
California libraries are collecting usage data, photos, and patron testimonials on California Library Snapshot Day: Monday, October 4.