Some companies, specifically tech companies and start-up companies, use a particular style of interviewing that uses logic games, puzzles, and riddles to test interviewees on creative and analytical thinking.
While having the day off from class is a great way to celebrate Presidents’ Day, it is not the only way! The RWU Law Library will show you many ways to celebrate Presidents’ Day next week:
While our library’s collection is primarily designed to meet the needs of the faculty and students of the School of Law and also serve the broader academic and legal community, there are other libraries which have an even broader collection policy which includes old love letters and old Valentine’s Day cards. Some of these libraries have put artifacts from their collection online for our viewing pleasure.
Presidents’ Day this year is Monday, February 20th.
The Law Library is thrilled to introduce our new digital study aids collections: the RWU Law Digital Library and West Academic Online Study Aids.
Did you know that New England had its own vampire hysteria in the late 19th century?
Ready to start fresh in the Spring semester? Try our Prepare for Practice program!
No matter what holiday you celebrate this winter season (Christmas, Chanukah, Solstice, Kwanza, New Year’s, or none of the above), it can be fun to get out and see lighted holiday displays. Below is a list of places you can go to catch a bit of (free!) seasonal cheer:
December 9th, 2016 is Lost & Found Day! This obscure holiday is a great reminder to search for any personal belongings we have lost over the year.
A good place to check for lost items is your local lost and found center. For example, the Library is the lost and found center for the law school.