Francis A. Drexel Library is thrilled to announce that The Hawk Digital Archive is now available to you!
The Archive covers the student newspaper from June 10, 1930 (volume 1, number 1) through Sunday, May 19, 2002 (volume 75, number 2), is fully searchable and replicates the content and layout of the original newspaper page. The Archive can be accessed from the Library’s homepage – just click on icon in the lower right-hand corner. The link has also been included in several of the Library’s Research Toolkits, including the one designed especially for alumni.
We hope you enjoy reliving the history of SJU through the pages of The Hawk Digital Archive. FYI, The Hawk Digital Archive is best viewed with a screen resolution of 1280×1024.
A monthly offering from Drexel Library’s staff about the books we’ve read.
Twilight this is not. Created by short story writer and Columbia University professor Scott Snyder, the comic book series American Vampire is gritty, bloody, and very, very entertaining. The first five installments have been recently collected as a stand-alone graphic novel and feature two seemingly unrelated storylines that eventually converge: those of struggling actress Pearl Jones in 1920s Hollywood and the amoral Skinner Sweet, an outlaw of the 1880s American Old West. This convergence smartly establishes much larger issues that future issues promise to explore. With co-writing credits from Stephen King and gorgeous artwork from Rafael Albuquerque, American Vampire truly is a new creature.
American Vampire can be found in Popular Fiction on the 1st floor of the Library.