Exams have you feeling stressed? We have the solution! The Mortola Library will be hosting therapy dog visits from the Good Dog Foundation. Wednesday, Dec. 10 from 10AM-1PM in the Mortola Libary (Birnbaum Conference Room) and from 1PM-4PM in Kessel Campus Center (Conference Rooms C/D) Stop by, pet a dog, and be amazed at how […]Read more
Join the Mortola Library as we remember September 11 with a special display and timeline. On loan from the New York State Library, the detailed timeline chronicles the events of that tragic day and comes to life with artifacts retrieved from Ground Zero. The timeline and display can be viewed in the library from September […]Read more
Taking summer classes or still in the neigborhood for the summer? Stop by the library as we will be open on a modified schedule for the summer. Take a look here for all of our hours:
It looks like there’s a twisted web of murder this April at Mortola Library. The Library hosts two talks on homicide and detective fiction.
The first on Monday, April 7, from 12:10 p.m. to 1:10 p.m., will feature English Professor Rebecca Martin, PhD, who will discuss her experiences researching and editing the book Critical Insights: Crime and Detective Fiction. The book, which examines practices of crime writing in American literature and as far as Japan, China, and Scandinavia, features essays that offer an introduction to the detective genre including chapters on Steig Larsson’s bestseller The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
Then on Tuesday, April 8, from 3:25 p.m. to 4:25 p.m., retired Detective Richard Sabol will discuss homicide investigations during his years with the Yonkers Police Department at Homicide: The Forgotten Victims. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, contact Danny Sabol at firstname.lastname@example.org.