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REMEMBERING CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVIST ALBERTA HENRY

As we head toward Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Black History Month, we wanted to highlight the plethora of library resources that feature Alberta Henry.

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STEPS TOWARD SAVING WATER

Students Ethan and John discovered the U was one of the largest water consumers in the state. “We determined that we could help reduce this consumption..."

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SPRING 2021 COLLECTIONS ENGAGEMENT GRANTS AWARDEES ANNOUNCED

The Utah Museum of Fine Arts and the J. Willard Marriott Library are pleased to announce the recipients of Collections Engagement Grants for spring 2021.

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IMPORTANT DATES FOR SPRING SEMESTER

Are you getting excited for Spring Semester? We are too! Here are some important dates about library closure & reopening to keep in mind.

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BOOK OF THE WEEK — THE LAKE OF BEAUTY

Book artist Stephanie Wolff took an excerpt, “The Lake of Beauty,” from Carpenter’s Towards Democracy as the text for this book. It was letterpress printed withhandset metal type on unbleached Thai Mulberry paper.

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Fall 2020 Features

Need help from a librarian? Learn some fun facts about your favorite librarians while also finding out what specialities they can help you with.

In her research work, ShawnaKim uses the library extensively. “Libraries are THE crucial tool for my particular scholarly activities…”

Image depicting the new 3D printer set-up / process during the Coronavirus pandemic

Leaning into social distancing and online service delivery, we are now providing consultations via Zoom. 3D print jobs are submitted and paid online and start printing automatically!

Located in New York’s lower Fifth Avenue, and in the middle of the trade-publishing district, was a mundane commercial building which housed the office of the legendary Something Else Press.

The Utah COVID-19 Digital Collection Project has been created to document the response from the University of Utah and greater Utah community to the Coronavirus pandemic of 2020.