The CSUMB Library is pleased to announce the winner of our Ethnic Studies Research Paper Award. Emily McMath, an HCOM major graduating in Spring 2020, has won the award for her paper "The Power of Guinaiya: The Intersections of Love and Resistance Through the Native Chamoru Voice." In Emily's words, her paper describes how "through indigenous acts of resistance and self care, the intersections of poetic expression, love, and social justice uplifts and empowers the inhabitants of Guåhan and other surrounding islands in the Northern Marianas."
The CSUMB Tanimura and Antle Memorial Library is pleased to announce the opening of a lactation room in the building. The lactation room, room 1126, provides a private space for feeding infants or expressing milk. The space is open to faculty, staff, students, and community members, and is available all hours the library is open.
Celebrate Chicanx/Latinx History Month with us!
June is Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride Month! The CSUMB Library is happy to celebrate by sharing the following selection of recently published books on LGBTQ+ topics.
The CSUMB Library is pleased to announce the winner of our Ethnic Studies Research Paper Award. Gina Ion, an HCOM major graduating in Spring 2019, has won the award for her paper "Protests and Persuasion." In Gina's words, her paper "examines the historical and contemporary effectiveness of Native American rhetorical responses to the exploitation of natural resources."