In 1967, fifty-one years ago this month, the International War Crimes Tribunal concerning the Vietnam War– a private body which had been established a year earlier by Nobel laureate, philosopher and peace activist Bertrand Russell – rendered its latest verdict.
An Alumni patron reported experiencing issues when attempting to access the library's e-resources when off-campus. Alumni patron encountered a web browser message warning of an usafe website and cautioned against browsing further.
Library IT is aware of the disruption and has identified the source of the problem. Work to resolve the problem has begun.
This issue, however, does not affect Student or Faculty access to library e-resources when off-campus.
Thanks for your patience as we work to resolve this issue.