We are excited to announce that online access to The New York Times is now available to the Fairleigh Dickinson University community.
The “Academic Pass” provides students, faculty and staff with an online subscription to the nytimes.com website along with additional resources for research and classroom content.
Coverage starts from the very first issue in 1851 and runs through today’s latest news.
To access your subscription, you’ll need to create your account at nytimes.com/passes using your FDU webmail credentials.
For more information about this resource click here.
A representative from the New York Times will be on campus in the Monninger Center January 26th and 28th to help create user accounts and give an overview of the sites features.
For more information, please contact Robert Wolf at x8523 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 3-D Art Exhibition starts Monday, November 23, in the Reference Room.
Be sure to join the closing reception on Wednesday, December 2, at 3:30 PM in the Monninger Center Atrium. Invite your friends. It is free and refreshments will be served.
See you there!
Be sure to attend the Creative Writing Publishing Panel TODAY at 12 noon in Hartman Lounge in the Mansion.
It’s International Education Week! Lots of activities happening on and off campus.
Hear author Rosie Schaap speak about “Drinking with Men” on Thursday,
Oct 22, at 2:15 PM in Hartman Lounge in Hennessey Hall (the Mansion). This is a Creative Writing Dept event.
Questions? Contact email@example.com or 973-443-8711
Join us to hear Fredrick Barton discuss and read from his new book, In the Wake of the Flagship at 2:15 p.m. on Thursday, October 8, in Hartman Lounge in Hennessy Hall.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or call 973-443-8711
The summer hours may also be found on the library web site.
Hear about Angela Merkel, the European Union, America and how Germany really views U.S. Foreign Policy on Friday, April 24, at 2 PM in the Monninger Center Lecture Hall #207. Light refreshments served.
On Monday, April 13, at 3: 30 PM, Dr. Keyishian will discuss how contrasting definitions of “man” available during the Renaissance are put into play in Shakespeare’s Roman tragedy. This event will be held in Seminar Classroom 205 in the Monninger Center.
Harry Keyishian is Professor Emeritus of English at FDU. He is the author of The Shapes of Revenge, a study of the psychology of revenge in Shakespeare, and many articles on early modern drama and on Shakespeare in performance.