Learn more about the interesting 1948 event, “The Sourdough Roundup” through research and photos from Utah Digital Newspapers.
We are excited to introduce our two new sewing machines! They are currently available by request only, but they are coming soon to the hands on workspace!
As the Marriott Library enters year two of its open access agreement, initiated in January 2021, with Cambridge University Press (CUP), the campus has realized $50,000 in cost savings associated with article processing charges (APCs).
Need a headshot for your next acting gig? Maybe you just want to update your profile picture? Tony Sams, the Video Studio Specialist of the library’s Creative and Innovation services team, has started up a new weekly drop-in event called “Headshot Wednesdays”.
A new exhibition by the AIWS (American Indian Woman Scholar) and the ITSA (Inter-Tribal Student Association) committee is now available for viewing on the first floor of the library. It serves as an informational exhibit to help those who are curious about how they can support those groups, while also serving as a reminder to the Indigenous students at the U that there are places for them here at the University of Utah and their thoughts and representation matter.