Episode 014: Sunday, February 5, 2006
Playing time: 56:57
The devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina may have receded from the national headlines and the public consciousness, but for those affected the story is not yet over. Tulane University recently released its renewal plan, eliminating several programs and laying off 230 faculty members, 65 of whom are tenured. Among those let go are several members of the Tulane Law Library. This week I talk with Lance Query, University Librarian and Interim Director of the Law Library. I also talk with Ray Lytle, former Head of Public Services at Tulane Law Library.
- Brian Williams, A Word About Our Katrina Coverage
- Body and Soul: Flood
- ABC News: State of the Union Address Angers New Orleans
- Law Librarian Blog
- Out of the Jungle
- Nina Cascio is the winner of the Logo Contest.