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Black History Month 2014
Febuary is Black History Month. Come see our book display and learn more about the history of African-Americans in the United States.
New Books in the Collection
These books are brand new and ready for check-out in the Warren campus. Please come and enjoy them!
Study Manual for the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS)
Publication Date: 2009-09-01
New for 2010, this book matches the lastest version of the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) that is used as a pre-entrance exam by nursing schools across the country. The proctored TEAS test, developed by Assessment Technologies, Inc. (ATI), measures basic essential skills in reading, mathematics, science, and English and language usage.
A Little Gay History
Publication Date: 2013-09-03
When was the first chat line between men established? Who was the first "lesbian"? Were ancient Greek men who had sex with each other necessarily "gay," and what did Shakespeare think about crossdressing? "A Little Gay History" answers these questions and more through close readings of art objects from the British Museums far-ranging collection.
Call Number: 336.73 W516 2012
Publication Date: 2012-07-31
Where the trillions come from, where they go, and why inaction imperils our future.
Publication Date: 2012-08-07
American essayist and Harper's contributing editor Garret Keizer offers a brilliant, literate look at our strip-searched, over-shared, viral-videoed existence. Body scans at the airport, candid pics on Facebook, a Twitter account for your stray thoughts, and a surveillance camera on every street corner - today we have an audience for all of the extraordinary and banal events of our lives. The threshold between privacy and exposure becomes more permeable by the minute. But what happens to our private selves when we cannot escape scrutiny, and to our public personas when they pass from our control?