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parade of people with caps and black robes and yellow stoles passing in front of stone library. Woman in blue carries banner and sign that reads "Ezra Stiles"
May 21, 2024
Yale’s libraries take center stage in the celebrations of the Class of 2024!
view of shelves along long hallway lit by 8 overhead lights with books shown at left and blue and yellow film canisters at right
April 25, 2024
Learn more in this visual story featuring video clips, an interactive timeline, and a narrative of the first 25 years by Michael DiMassa, who was the manager of LSF from 1998 to 2010.
19th century color print of boat full of men being tossed by waves with whale with horns and open mouth alongside and floating barrel in waters
April 23, 2024
Curated by AJ Laird, the exhibition features 19th- and 20th-century mariners’ logbooks, which documented every aspect of sea voyages as they unfolded and reveal the complex world of the whaling industry.
Young woman with short curly brown hair wearing pink sweater and white shirt stands with hand on hip next to display with photo of Elsa Wasserman and copies of documents
April 18, 2024
Elga Ruth Wasserman, JD ’76, was a passionate advocate for the first classes of women enrolled in Yale College in the 1960’s and ’70s. Her portrait was installed in Bass Library last year.
Wide view of room with green couches in the foreground, three round chandeliers and wood paneling and bookshelves on either side
April 16, 2024
The Linonia and Brothers (L&B) Room is open again after a long hiatus—and is better than ever.
Man in blue jacket with brown and blue patterned tie and hands clasped smiles at camera
April 15, 2024
Michael Morand, director of community engagement for Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, is only the city’s third official historian.
Red, white, black, purple graphic design that reads "Quantum Week at Yale, April 13 to 19,"
April 14, 2024
Celebrate World Quantum Day (April 14) with a month of special events and exhibits hosted by Yale Library and the Yale Quantum Institute.