Thanks to collaborative campus funding, the University of Utah campus community now has full access to the New York Times.
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Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Five is considered to be one of the most censored books of the last century. For several decades in a row, it had been placed on the American Library Association’s list of “Most Frequently Challenged Books.”
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Celebrate with this book recommends from librarian Allyson Mower.
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There’s a new GIS & Data Visualization Lab that consists of 8 high-performance computers designed with computational analysis in mind, containing a wide and growing variety of GIS and data visualization software programs to assist in project and research development.
In 1985, Alfredo Zaldívar gained access to the cultural center of Matanzas, Cuba: la Casa del Escritor de Matanzas. As a poet, Zaldívar knew that the space would be the perfect gathering place for writers and other artists to meet and discuss their work.
Latinx Heritage Month is celebrated from September 15th until October 15th.
Librarian Allyson Mower has gathered the following titles as recommends to celebrate the month. All titles are available through the Marriott Library.
The Rare Books Department welcomes you all back to the J. Willard Marriott Library, and invites you to visit our latest exhibition, Roar of Distant Breakers, now on display in the Special Collections Gallery on level four.