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1914 sepia-tone photo showing crowds of people with suitcases, in a dusty setting, some seated some standing, with two train cars in the near distance
May 26, 2023
Faculty awards prizes to three Yale College seniors and a doctoral candidate for studies of American and Western American history and culture.
Logo of "Yale Daily News" in shaded Gothic script, at center below the word "Daily" is a wound medallion with two balls, a baseball bat, and two oars to the left and a lit lantern to the right. Text above  reads "The oldest college daily, founded 1878"
May 24, 2023
The library’s historical archive of the nation’s oldest continuously published daily paper now contains nearly 24,000 back issues.
male with graduation cap at center with two women in blue dresses to his right, two younger women to left, one in green dress, one in red, and a little girl in front of him with a white dress
May 23, 2023
Class of 2023 celebrates graduation day posing for photos on a beautiful spring day in front of and inside Sterling Library.
Two women and one man pose for camera. Woman at left wears blue shirt, man has blue cap and orange shirt and holds plate of food. Woman at far right wears multicolored sweater, sunglasses, and red hairband
May 19, 2023
The annual Staff Appreciate Picnic gave everyone a chance to socialize and to celebrate the long service records of 82 library employees.
Digital map showing southern US--Florida to Texas--with coastline in blue and white dots on the black landmass. Legend shows that dots are Nursing Homes with Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies. Blue indicates 2 feet or more of inundation exposure.
May 17, 2023
Geriatrician Natalia Festa recognized for her work with Global Information Systems (GIS) to study emergency-preparedness risks to the elderly in nursing homes.
Large painted card on left shows bald Japanese warrior wielding sword. At right four smaller playing cards each show a Japanese man in traditional dress. Each card has a red circle with a Japanese character at center.
May 17, 2023
Revolutionaries, murderers, Duke Ellington, and a dog puppet all make appearances in these in-person library exhibits.
Stage set with arabic script projected in white on black background. Man in Arabic dress stands with arms outstretched in front of animated image of a blue and yellow tree. Eleven people in long garments sit at his feet, six to his right and five to his left.
May 15, 2023
Omar Ibn Said, author of the only known surviving Arabic-language slave narrative written in the United States—whose portrait and correspondence are now on view at the Beinecke—is the subject of a new American opera.