RE: Living COVID-19, Parts I–III
An oral history of a weird, scary, and unprecedented time in the University of Rochester’s history, told from libraries staff
Party your assonance off
April is National Poetry Month. Celebrate rhythm, rhyme, assonance, anapest, and alliteration through collections of poets’ papers.
3 'Serious' Questions with Catherine D'Ignazio and Lauren Klein
Neilly Author Series speakers D’Ignazio and Klein talk past jobs, hidden talents, and making things ‘suck’ less.
‘Create and conquer’
An upcoming Voices of XR speaker is entertaining, empowering, and educating through XR
Community + Innovation = Meliora
Rochester students partnered with the community to combat the effects of the current health crisis
3 ‘Serious’ Questions with Ed Hajim
The Neilly Author Series memoirist talks about his ‘score’ in 2020, golf at Augusta National, and his heroes.
Black History Month with RBSCP
Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservations has collections that will help you celebrate and explore Black history in Rochester.
When the walls disappear
There’s a point in a student’s education when the library takes a new form. That point is usually grad school.
Dream University Challenge
In physically distant times, students attempt to build the ideal virtual campus meeting space.
Data granted, Part II
A new round of library grants gave students access to critical data that kept their research moving forward.
Pro tip: Use PRO
For students who want to do research at Rochester, Pathways to Research Opportunities (PRO) is a must.
3 ‘Serious’ Questions with Carl Domingo
Prior to joining Studio X for Voices of XR, Domingo talks zombies, hackathons, and increased access to video games
‘Dream Team’ receives 2020 Messinger Award
For the first time in its history, the award will recognize two library staff members for going above and beyond the usual expectations.
Neilly Author Series: Paul Lauter
He was fired, busted, published, and tenured in the 1960s. He gives the details in his new book.
Meet the METS
A pioneering Rochester project has spent the last three decades making Middle English texts more accessible.
3 'Serious' Questions with Emily Bernard
The Nashville-born author talks about being alone in the pandemic, Zoom intrigue, and Fisk University.
Digital ideas found here
Rochester instructors have a new resource for discovering digital tools and strategies
'We want more, and we will have it'
A new digital exhibit explores the ways women have influenced the City of Rochester