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LAPTOPS FOR STUDENTS IN NEED

With the support of several campus partners, the Marriott Library is now allowing students in need to borrow laptops for the remainder of Spring semester.

Up next: News Broadcasts Now Available

NEWS BROADCASTS NOW AVAILABLE

241 news broadcasts from 1977-1979 are newly available to the University of Utah community and researchers around the world thanks to a grant.

Up next: Message to Library Friends

MESSAGE TO LIBRARY FRIENDS

A message from Alberta Comer, Dean of Libraries, about the first week of library closures.

Up next: Book of the Week

BOOK OF THE WEEK — SPEECHES OF HON. O. F. WHITNEY IN SUPPORT OF WOMAN SUFFRAGE
DELIVERED IN THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION OF UTAH

“[W]e will put woman suffrage in the Constitution; we will strike the fetters from the wrists of our wives, mothers, sisters and daughters..."

Up next: Ghost Town Digital Exhibit

UTAH GHOST TOWNS DIGITAL EXHIBIT

The newest digital exhibit from the Digital Library focuses on Utah’s ghost towns—settlements that have been abandoned or lost most of their population.

Up next: Laptops for Students in Need

Spring 2020 Features

At the University of Utah’s J. Willard Marriott Library, the Security Team is always prepared for emergency response – but two major emergencies in one week pushed their planning and abilities to the maximum test.

SHHHHHH! is a digital exhibition based on a physical exhibition in the Special Collections Gallery on display between September 9, 2015 and November 1, 2015. The exhibition marked Banned Books Week.

Saint Jude Maronite Church

In late February, the Marriott Library’s Digital Library Services launched a new collection of contemporary photographs of religious buildings in the state of Utah.

Image of a volume contained within the Fine Arts & Architecture Collection.

You should be looking at the Fine Arts & Architecture Collection! The collection is located on the second floor of the Marriott Library and is home to over 20,000 volumes including artists’ books and the Latin American Avant Garde Collection.

We are always excited to recognize great work and accomplishments within the library. These two are no exception!