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Textbook Scholarship

October 31, 2011-3:47 pm

The Friends of the Luria Library will be awarding 21 scholarships for textbooks for the Spring 2012 semester. Thanks to the Friends, there are two $250 scholarships (for students taking … read more »

Curious about Coming Out Day?

October 12, 2011-10:49 am
Encyclopedia of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered History in America

The library has some excellent eBooks about coming out and other gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender issues.

Follow the link above to learn more.

Confused about calculus?

September 15, 2011-2:06 pm

The Luria Library has a great collection of e-books on the topic of calculus. Follow the title link above and see we have available.

Fast facts on Islam

August 23, 2011-10:28 am
Encyclopedia of Islam and the Muslim World

The library has dozens of reference books available to you completely online. This week we feature the Encyclopedia of Islam and the Muslim World. It covers: Islam’s role in the … read more »

Just in time for summer! The SBCC Bio-Club members, biology faculty and mentors have recommended some of their favorite reading for students who are passionate or curious about biology.  Enjoy! … read more »

Two sides to every story

May 05, 2011-12:02 pm

There are [at least] two sides to every story, issues, topic. As you prepare for debates or when you are researching a topic, make sure to check out the database … read more »

New Books this Winter

April 13, 2011-7:27 pm

The library is constantly adding materials to our collection. The topics range from Beverage Technology to Ethics to Paranormal phenomena. During the months of January to March we added 478 titles. … read more »

Automotive? Construction? Accounting? Computer Network Engineering? There’s a periodical for you, for free.

Mind your own business!

February 23, 2011-3:41 pm

Tracking trends? Finding business data? Researching hiring practices? Use the best business source we provide at the Luria Library.

Book Give-Away begins for SBCC Reads 2011!

February 13, 2011-8:42 pm

“Her name was Henrietta Lacks, but scientists know her as HeLa. She was a poor Southern tobacco farmer who worked the same land as her slave ancestors, yet her cells—taken without her knowledge—became one of the most important tools in medicine.”