What is that ominous building? Y’know, the one which smells like fry-ups in the mornings. Unsure? Well let me tell you… It’s the Library. Warwick’s very own Library. A beautiful building (well, figuratively) holding so many books, journals and library staff that it might burst. Now don’t be afraid – I know that it seems […]
Understanding Library terminology: Part II
Ever wondered what is meant by Library Search or Article Reach, but have been too afraid to ask. Well fear no more, as library jargon is to be demystified. So sit back, get comfortable and read on as library jargon will start to become a lot clearer…By Francesca Cornick The Library is full of jargon. Have […]
24-hour Library: Going nocturnal? What’s your study spirit animal?
With Planet Earth II hitting our screens, here’s our obligatory post relating your study styles to wild animals, as a little tip of our hat to Sir David Attenborough. Well, it’d be rude not to… As you are hopefully aware of by now, the Library has gone 24 hours! Which means that the Library is enjoying […]
New Arts or Social Sciences student? Here are 5 tips for surviving your first ever assignment
So it’s come to this: time to write your first assignment. Make that mountain into a manageable hill with these handy tips…By Thomas Bray So, you’ve bonded with your flatmates, mastered beans on toast, and conquered the ravages of the freshers’ flu. Nothing can stop you now. But then one of your lecturers starts talking about […]
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How do you clean old coolant?
How do you clean old coolant? How Do You Do a Radiator Flush? Open the radiator cap and coolant reservoir cap. Find the radiator drain by consulting the owner’s manual. Once the container is properly situated, open the drain. Pour in your radiator flush as directed and fill the rest with water to about an […]
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Where does the Dail meet?
Where does the Dail meet? Since 1922, it has met in Leinster House in Dublin. The Dáil took its current form when the 1937 Constitution was adopted, but it maintains continuity with the First Dáil established in 1919. What are the Houses of Oireachtas? The Oireachtas consists of a bicameral chamber and the President of […]
Why did Roman slaves revolt?
Why did Roman slaves revolt? The revolt began in 73 BC, with the escape of around 70 slave-gladiators from a gladiator school in Capua; they easily defeated the small Roman force sent to recapture them. Plutarch’s account of the revolt suggests that the slaves simply wished to escape to freedom and leave Roman territory by […]
Did the Isle of Man fight in ww2?
Did the Isle of Man fight in ww2? But far less well known is the link between the two countries through the dark years of the Second World War. Between 1940 and 1945 Norwegians on both sides of that bitter conflict, both nazi sympathisers and would-be freedom fighters, found themselves detained on the Isle of […]