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Monday, March 28, 2016

Fake Doctors/Real Problems - Turfing Patients

Stacked issue #18 discusses the problems of turfing patients or refusing to treat. Share your thoughts with us on this topic. 

Thursday, March 17, 2016

National Library Week 2016

The Harriet K. and Philip Pumerantz Library is celebrating National Library Week by offering contests, events and instruction sessions. Today's libraries are not only about loaning items, they are about connecting users with services and resources.


  • Coloring contest - April 11-15, Library 2nd floor
    Mon. - Fri Submissions, Thurs. - Fri. Judging, Mon. Prize awarded 
  • Arts & Healing Lecture - April 13, HEC Classroom E @ Noon
    Valorie Thomas, PhD - Afrofuturists looking to heal
  • Library Game Night - April 14, Library 4th floor conference room
    5 - 7 pm, Registration recommended, walk-in's welcome
  • Fine Free Friday - April 15

CAPE workshops for Faculty

  • DynaMed vs. UpToDate
    Monday, April 11 - Noon
  • That Elephant App: Your questions about Evernote answered
    Tuesday, April 12 - Noon
  • Evidence, shmevidence! Evidence-based medicine roundtable discussion
    Thursday, April 14 - Noon

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Fake Doctors/Real Problems - Animal Cruelty

Please share your thoughts about animal cruelty as mentioned in our current issue of Stacked!

Thursday, December 3, 2015

2nd Annual Food for Fines Drive

The Food for Fines program will run from December 2 to December 14, 2015. During this time period the Pumerantz Library will waive $1 worth of outstanding fines on your Library account for every one non-perishable or canned food item. There is no limit on how much you may donate.

The Food for Fines program only applies to Pumerantz Library fines only, it may not be applied to replacement or damaged items fees or charges from other WesternU entities.

All food items collected will be donated to the 2nd Chance Thrift Store, a non-profit community outreach organization, that benefits several sober living home facilities in Pomona.

For more information contact us at 909-469-5323 or by email at circ@westernu.edu.

Monday, October 19, 2015

Fake Doctors Real Problems

Share your thoughts in the comments section about how fake doctors address real world problems. As seen in the October 2015 issue of Stacked!