When taken out of context and accumulated, these once playful, visual metaphors reveal the printing inconsistencies of ink on paper. The hidden nature of the page, that which was unread, can now be read. In this case, astronomical imagery is revealed; that of the stars speckled across an inky blackness or the soft haze and ripple of a galaxy.
Up next: Zion Turns 100!
On November 20, 1919, President Woodrow Wilson and the United States Congress re-designated Zion National Monument as Zion National Park and,
in celebration of its 100-year anniversary, we bring to you "Zion National Monument".
Up next: GIS Map
Check out this new way of visualizing geospatial data by merging digital and physical content into a powerful and engaging presentation.
Up next: Student feature: Dominique
Balancing the demands of a full-time job and college takes grit, which this student clearly possesses. As a junior with a double major, Dominique knows
how to employ hard work, tenacity, and intelligence to reach her goals.
Up next: 260 years of The Life and Opinion of Tristram Shandy
When Dave Morrison was first hired as a librarian in 1987, he didn’t think he would spend his entire career at the Marriott Library. Fast-forward 32 years and Dave is now happily retired and has just made a significant financial contribution to the library.
Here at the U, we celebrate diversity, and we are dedicated to student success. Put those two things together, and you’ll find the Beacon Scholars Program, whose mission is to serve as a community for first-generation students through holistic advising, mentorship, and leadership opportunities that promote retention, persistence, and graduation at the University of Utah.
If you want to be wowed and inspired by what young people are doing these days, spend some time with these three students in the Multi-Disciplinary Design Program (College of Architecture + Planning) here at the U. Matthew Hansen, Sumner Swaner, and Ethan Powell each spend considerable time in the library’s ProtoSpace doing 3D printing and using the virtual reality equipment for class projects.
At the most recent 2019 Jamf Nation User Conference, Richard Glaser presented on Jamf as a solution to successfully manage the Marriott Library’s Apple devices & services.
Finals week is nothing short of stressful. The Marriott Library knows that even though studying for your finals is important, it’s even more important to relieve your stress and find a time to take a break. Here are some ways the library can help.