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Once again we eagerly anticipate the start of the fall semester and the arrival of students on campus. From students who are starting their first semester at the U to those who are returning, the campus comes alive with their excitement and enthusiasm....

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The J. Willard Marriott Library has a new digital exhibit that highlights historical photographs of churches and other religious buildings in Salt Lake City. Digitized in recent years and accessible through the Marriott’s Digital Library, these photos come from several collections held by the library...

Tuesday, February 12 6:00PM Alta Club 100 East South Temple Salt Lake City, UtahA Rare Book Rogue in Texas: The Crimes and Misdemeanors of Johnny JenkinsIn 1975, John Jenkins engineered the largest rare book coup of the twentieth century – the purchase of the legendary Eberstadt inventory of rare...

“Imagine New Heights.” It’s the U’s new fundraising campaign and how fitting it is for the library. The library’s core fundraising goals, outlined below, reflect a dedication to students and faculty and a vision that aligns closely with the U’s new President, Dr. Ruth Watkins....

Juli Hinz is an Emeritus Librarian who retired in 2011 after working nearly 36 years in the Marriott Library and has served as Chair of the Friends of the Marriott Library Advisory Board for the past three years....

By Luke LeitherI was asked this week to visit a Graphic Design class along with favorite items from the Fine Arts & Architecture Collection. The class is examining the history of publication and how artists, designers, and editors have shifted expectations around the form and...