Tue, 03/06/2012 - 9:29pm — admin
Olive oil has a very long and multifaceted history as a religious element, medicine, beauty aid --and food.
Tue, 03/06/2012 - 8:53pm — admin
This short book tells an intellectual, ecological biography of Rachel Carson (1907-1964), a founding writer of the environmental movement.
Wed, 01/18/2012 - 4:37pm — admin
In "Strapped" Tamara Draut outlines the struggles that people of today’s generation face as they try to build a career and future for themselves.
Wed, 01/18/2012 - 10:27am — admin
University undergraduate students and faculty live in two different cultural communities.
Wed, 11/30/2011 - 10:51am — admin
This six-minute video reviews very recent history: from 1999 -- this video is produced by Google, so it has a predictable point of view. But it gives a great overview quickly!
Mon, 11/07/2011 - 9:48pm — admin
Don't know where to start with your paper? Down about a project coming up? Credo Reference is a great place to start -- current, high-quality information with links to databases and resources available to SHU students.
Mon, 11/07/2011 - 9:29pm — admin
Just what information is, is hard to pin down: for this reason the book is properly The Information and that definite article is important: THE information.
Mon, 08/22/2011 - 1:31pm — admin
Walking through the woods of Connecticut in late February or early March (depending on the winter), before spring has officially begun, it is not unusual to see colonies of Symplocarpus foetidus, more commonly known as skunk cabbage.
Thu, 06/23/2011 - 8:48pm — admin
This fascinating book traces (according to the cover) the "traveling merchants, scholars, wariors, and monks who created the 'Riches of the East.'"
Mon, 06/13/2011 - 7:53pm — admin
Daffodil, tulip, hyacinth, azalea, hydrangea, rhododendron, chrysanthemum, and lily: these are the names of some popular flowers in my garden which could be poisonous to human or animal.