Happy Almost Valentine’s Day, Richardson ʻOhana!

By Cat Pérez, Acquisitions Support Specialist.

image of bleeding heart with knife in it

Consider showing your trusty Law Library stacks some love this February by exploring some of our on-theme selections on the mystery of love (as it intersects with the law):

Trials of passion : crimes committed in the name of love and madness

Lovesick Japan : sex, marriage, romance, law

Gross misbehavior and wickedness : a notorious divorce in early twentieth-century America

And after those cheerful titles put you in a romantic mood, check out these Valentine’s Day gift suggestions for that legal Valentine!

Meditate for Your Health

Finals are upon us. Studies have shown how meditation relieves stress, reduces negative emotions, and increases patience and tolerance[1]. UH Mānoa has a space on campus where you can practice meditation. The space is open on Mondays from 11am-3pm. A guided meditation session occurs at 1-1:30pm. First-time meditators are welcome. Come to the Pause Space for a guided mindfulness meditation session with a certified mindfulness teacher. Learn to establish a regular mindfulness practice to reduce stress, improve relationships, and enhance well-being.

More Information
Noah Pomeroy, (808) 956-2258,
uhpausespace@gmail.comhttps://cms.ctahr.hawaii.edu/fcs/pause (opens external link).


[1] A beginner’s guide to meditation, Mayo Clinic, http://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/meditation/in-depth/meditation/art-20045858 (last visited Nov 19, 2018).