Every fall in the United States, we celebrate Banned Books Week. It’s kind of like the Super Bowl for librarians. For a brief moment, the public is looking at the place libraries hold in our society, and how access to
Each year the Muse Law Library at the University of Richmond School of Law celebrates Constitution Day on September 17. This year we were delighted to bring you two guest speakers: Ana Edwards, Education Program Manager of the American Civil
Hide your children! Another Facepalm is here! Ever worry that your kids are being exposed to too much sex, violence, and obscenity in the media they consume? Ever worry that reading Harry Potter will turn your child into a wizard?
This week is Banned Books Week. Every year, the American Library Association (ALA) highlights books that have been banned or challenged for one reason or another. It is a chance to reflect on the importance of freedom of expression, and