Browsing Archives of Author »Deborah Schander«

Thanksgiving Week Hours

November 20, 2014


The library will have shortened hours during the week of Thanksgiving break. They will be: Monday & Tuesday, Nov. 24 & 25 – 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 26 – 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday – Saturday, Nov. 27 – 29 – Closed Sunday, Nov. 30 – 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. […]

Researching the Past

September 10, 2014


Have you ever wanted to travel through time? To see big events in our history as they happened? Unfortunately, no one seems to have invented a time machine yet (still), but you can still get a glimpse of the past using our new America’s Historical Newspapers database. The oldest available issue is from a newspaper […]

Advice From Law Students About Law School

August 8, 2014


Law students at Georgia State University are awesome. And one of the ways they show it is by helping their fellow law students. They’ve shared a lot of good advice about law school on our blog in the past few years, and we wanted to highlight just a bit of it for our incoming 1Ls. […]

Get Ready for Class With Georgia’s Tax Free Weekend

July 29, 2014


Classes don’t start until August 18, but it’s not too soon to be thinking about books, clothes, and school supplies. Like many other states, Georgia offers a “sales tax holiday” before the start of school each Fall. This year’s sales holiday is this Friday and Saturday, August 1 & 2. Per Title 48 of the OCGA, […]

Library Hours for Remainder of Summer

July 18, 2014


The library’s hours will be affected by several law school events over the next few weeks. Below are the hours when we’ll be open until the start of Fall semester. Exams (July 18-28) Library Hours Reference Hours Public Hours Monday – Thursday 7 a.m. – 11 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. Closed Friday 7 a.m. […]

Rowberry Co-Authors New Nutshell

May 20, 2014


GSU Law professor Ryan Rowberry and Sara Bronin from the University of Connecticut have co-authored a new book in West’s popular Nutshell series. Historic Preservation Law in a Nutshell provides lawyers, preservation professionals, and others with a succinct introduction to this emerging area of law. According to the publisher: Historic Preservation in a Nutshell provides the first-ever in-depth […]

Fast and Easy Food for Exams

May 6, 2014


Probably one of the last things you want to be thinking about during exams is planning out your next meal. But if you’d like to try to live on something besides fast food and coffee during the next 10 days, here are some recipes for (relatively) quick and easy (and possibly even healthy!) meals to […]


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