The Library teamed up with student organizations bringing dogs to Library Lawn to help ease end of the semester stress. See the full article in MyVU here! новые автомобили в краснодаре
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It’s hard to believe that the Food for Thought Café opened in May 2011 in Central Library. As we approach the café’s second anniversary, now is a good time to gather thoughts on how well the Café is meeting your needs. We will be meeting with the café managers in the coming days and would [...]
The Exterior Exhibit at Central Library was in the news for our Valentine’s Day display. See the full article here!
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Vanderbilt’s Television News Archive received the Governor’s Award for Lifetime Achievement from the MidSouth Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences during its awards ceremony Jan. 26. See the full article, including a video on the Archive, in Vanderbilt News here.
The Vanderbilt Hustler (Vol. 125, Issue 3) published an article on Monday about the Library’s new service circulating iPads. You can find the article on page 3 of the student newspaper, or online here. VSG President Maryclaire Manard is quoted in the article: “This is a big milestone for our libraries and our student government,” said [...]
The Libraries now have iPads available for check out. See details here!
from Vanderbilt News: Watch video of Mark Dimunation, chief of the Rare Book and Special Collections Division at the Library of Congress, present as part of the Vanderbilt Library Lecture Series. His talk is titled “Forged in Fire: The Jefferson Collection and the Origins of the Library of Congress.” The nucleus of the Library of [...]
Link to announcement and hours here.
Geographic Information Systems Day Vanderbilt University Tuesday, November 13 4:10-7:00 pm Wyatt Center Rotunda Program: Peabody College students will present several service-learning projects involving community-based GIS mapping in cooperation with numerous local community partners including: The Neighborhoods Resource Center, the Jefferson Street United Merchants Partnership (JUMP), the Oasis Center, Community Food Advocates, Pearl-Cohn High School, [...]
As noted in MyVU, on November 9 the Vanderbilt Board of Trust voted to name the new residential colleges and halls at Kissam in honor of leaders from Vanderbilt’s history. Three of those figures have a special connection to the library, with materials housed in our Special Collections. There, you’ll find the papers of civil [...]