Every year in October, we ask our faculty, staff, and members of our student-library advisory group SLATE to recommend their favorite scary movies. Enjoy these spine-tinglers! Kira Stevens, 1L My current favorite horror film is The Invisible Man from 2020 (I
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
Our MuseDay Tuesday programming is off to a running start this semester. Most Tuesdays during the semester, the Muse Law Library hosts MuseDay Tuesday, where we give you a 3-minute lesson on research, technology, and resources offered by the library,
Ready for some super-sized fast food mayhem, Facepalm-style? First, a spicy legal spat between the once and future king of food poisoning, Chipotle, and salad bowl chain Sweetgreen has settled without much sizzle. Sweetgreen recently released a new menu item
Today is National Voter Registration Day. What’s that you say? Voter registration is so last year. Not quite. While there are no national or state-wide offices on the ballot there are still state and local elections to consider. Here in
In honor of Constitution Day, here is some fun Constitution trivia. Answers are below. How much did Jacob Shallus, a Pennsylvania General Assembly Clerk, get paid to “pen” the Constitution? Which state was spelled incorrectly next to the signers’
Constitution Day is celebrated in the United States every September 17th. It marks the anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution in 1787. This historic document is the cornerstone of American democracy and has had a profound impact not
You will become quite familiar with symbols in legal writing. In addition to adding words like “silcrow” to your vocabulary, you’ll learn other quirks to legal writing. To set up Word to work for your new legal writing, make the following adjustments.