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As the semester ends and many students graduate, the search for a post-grad job begins! Here are recommendations from Joni Clayton of films about jobs, careers, and more. All films are available to watch through the library for free for all current U student, staff,...

She of great writing, she of the glyphs INCANTATIONS BY MAYAN WOMEN / FATHERMOTHERS OF THE BOOK AMBAR PAST WITH XUN OKOTZ AND XPETRA ERNÁNDES Ámbar Past Chiapas, Mexico: Taller Leñateros, 2005 2nd edition PM4466 Z95 E533 2005 Incantations by Mayan Women is the first book Mayan people have created, written,...

When April arrives, we know that daffodils will soon be emerging from their winter’s sleep, encouraging us to envision the spring time beauty of Utah. As I watch the new blooms’ triumphant return, I am reminded that Earth Day is just around the corner and...

[vc_row css_animation="" row_type="row" use_row_as_full_screen_section="no" type="full_width" angled_section="no" text_align="left" background_image_as_pattern="without_pattern"][vc_column][vc_column_text]Where does one begin in preserving the history, artifacts, narratives, and stories of a people?This is what librarians and museum curators from New Mexico tribal communities learned when they participated in library workshops through the Archival Professional Development...

By Luke LeitherIn the Summer of 2020 Salt Lake City’s Redevelopment Agency (RDA) commissioned a local architecture firm, Modern Out West, to digitally preserve the historic Pantages Theater in downtown Salt Lake. The Pantages Theater, which was later renamed to The Utah Theater, was scheduled...