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Top: A little journey to the home of Jac Auer. Bottom: papers of retired NYPD Assistant Commissioner Philip McGuire.

Faculty favorites: wherein faculty share a favorite book with the rest of us.

Carmen Solis, SEEK Department

The Library maintains an impressive collection of video materials in the form of DVDs, VHS, and streaming video.

In the words of Victoria Law, the editor, our recently acquired zine* series is “a collection of articles, essays, poetry and art by formerly and currently incarcerated women across the

Obasgogie, Osagie K. Blinded by sight : seeing race through the eyes of the blind. Stanford, CA. : Stanford Law Books, 2014. E184.A1 O19 2014

Professors and students discussing research 

Photo: Reception for the Brownsville Boys exhibit

On February 19, 2014, the College commemorated the 30th anniversary of the appointment of Benjamin Ward as the first African American New York City Police Commissioner.

Opium “does more honour to medicine to any other remedy whatever.” Charles Alston, professor of Botany and Materia Medica at Edinburgh University, wrote this statement in a 1742 article.

The Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York, Inc.

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