RSS Feeds - Alerting and Updating Tools
The Law School's RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds allow you to subscribe to breaking news, current announcements and information about upcoming events. These feeds are listed below with subscription links. For information on viewing the feeds on multiple platforms, see below.
Current Law School News [Subscribe to the Feed]
Event and Announcement Feeds
Information about current and upcoming events are available in our feeds, listed below.
- Events Calendar Feed [Subscribe to the Feed]
- Administrative and Student Announcements [Subscribe to the Feed]
How to Access
An RSS news reader is a feature of most web browsers (Chrome, IE, Firefox Safari, etc.). In many instances, browser extensions/add-ons are available for this purpose. Using a browser to access your RSS feeds allows you to view news headlines and events from multiple sources. The browser handles the updating function for you. To read an item, just click its title and you will be taken to the full item (or video link if a podcast).
Typically, a web site will display one of the standard RSS icons to indicate that it offers an RSS feed. Clicking on this icon will initiate your RSS subscription.
Web-based aggregators (such as Feedly.com) provide an online forum for collecting feeds and other social media information flows in one forum. These typically provide an app for mobile devices as well.
News Reader Software
Communications software (such as the Outlook client) often provide a means for collecting and reading RSS feeds. Each program is different and the instructions on setting up subscriptions should be provided by the application.
Numerous RSS feed readers, some free, are available as apps for most mobile platforms (Apple, Android, Windows, etc.) We recommend that you visit the 'App Store" for your device and search on the phrase "RSS feed" to view a list of options. A useful list is also available here. Once installed on your mobile device, you will be able to view RSS feeds and podcasts in a mobile-friendly format.