News and Exhibits

Echoes of the Archives: A Sonic Study of Special Collections

On view May 31 through June 8 in the Weber Reading Room, special collections (4th floor of Sawyer Library). Special Collections, in collaboration with Darlie Kerns '24, emeritus professor Brad Wells, and the Music Department, invites you to visit and reflect on our exhibit, Echoes of the Archives: A Sonic Study of Special Collections. Continue reading »

Now on Display: Mental Health Zines

Located in Schow Library, this display observes Mental Health Awareness month through zines from the Libraries’ circulating collection. Established in 1949, Mental Health Awareness Month brings attention to the importance of mental health and wellness in our lives, and celebrates recovery from mental illness. Continue reading »

Introducing: Collections as Data

Are you interested in investigating innovative uses for the digital objects and other materials held in the Libraries? Then we invite you to take a look at the Libraries’ Collections as Data project. Collections as Data aims to make data about libraries’ physical and digital collections available for new… Continue reading »

Libraries celebrate Transgender Day of Visibility

Each year on March 31, the world observes Transgender Day of Visibility (TDOV) to raise awareness about transgender people. It is a day to celebrate the lives and contributions of trans people, while also drawing attention to the poverty, discrimination, and violence the community faces. The Libraries are celebrating TDOV with displays that highlight and amplify the trans experience. Continue reading »