'I am your density'
Newly implemented technology will measure and report patron density in some library spaces
'Dear COVID diary'
Journal entries are among the ways people are helping to archive COVID-19
A brave new world of scholarship
Rochester librarians are pushing for a shift in scholarly publishing
'An invaluable colleague'
The staff has spoken. Melinda Wallington is the 2020 RCL Staff Service Award recipient
Karp Library Fellows
A new library fellowship has students giving as much as they are getting.
The Outreach Bunch
In the move from in-person to online education, outreach librarians shined
COVID and ILL
No access to physical collections? Interlibrary Loan (ILL) says, ‘No problem.’
From Archivist to Director
Miranda Mims will be providing the vision for the department’s future.
Happy Additionday, Rush Rhees
A new digital exhibit celebrates the 50th anniversary of the addition to Rush Rhees Library
Can I see your pandemic pass, please?
During plague-times, you needed proof that you're healthy. The Edward G. Miner Library has it.
A University Archives project seeks to collect stories on life during the COVID-19 outbreak
Celebrating Women, Music, and Culture
Two March events will feature Joanne Shenandoah and the carillon
A Seat at the Table
Students have a voice in the libraries’ policies, initiatives, and future.
'Here we are now. Can you train us?'
A new Rossell Hope Robbins Library exhibit explores adolescent life in the 14th and 15th centuries
Lead the Future
The Rochester alumnus, fresh out of the publishing process, talks about what makes book-writing difficult, why anyone can do it, and why he did.