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Elaborate frame with columns of Korean script in gold ink on dark blue ground and lotus leaf mandala at
February 21, 2024
“Copying Sacred Texts: A Spiritual Practice” is on view in Hanke Exhibition Gallery in Sterling Memorial Library through Aug. 11.
From left to right: two male and one female security team members in Yale blue uniforms sending in front of Library shelves
February 19, 2024
Three security officers at Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library—who have served a combined total of almost 15 years—share their experiences being part of a close-knit team committed to ensuring students, visitors, and fellow staff members always feel welcome and supported. Alexander Boyd Alexander Boyd has been the lead security officer at Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library since September 2023. Before his promotion, Alexander had been a security officer at Beinecke Library since March 2015. “I let my managers know that I was interesting in being a supervisor or manager, so they
three men  resting against rocks in black and white photo. One at left looks at camera and wears dark cardigan; man at center looks down, and man at right wears cap and wide patterned tie with pen in his shirt pocket
February 7, 2024
Papers related to Langston and Steinberg were among 5,800 new images added to Yale Library’s searchable digital collection in December 2023.
Woman with short dark hair and dark green blouse and long earrings looks at camera. To her left are shelves that display artwork. One reads "Planetaria by Monica Ong"
January 29, 2024
The library’s senior web and digital designer Monica Ong Reed is one of 50 artists named this year as a United States Artists Fellow.
Black and white photo of man in suit and tie with arm raised to greet the hundreds of people in crowd below
January 19, 2024
Events continue throughout January to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday.
Man with glasses stands in front of wall screens that read "Diaries as Wartime Documentation." Two rows of students sit in front of him at long desks with laptops open.
January 12, 2024
The Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies hosts a second summer session in Budapest, Hungary, on the topic of “Holocaust Testimonies and Their Afterlives.” The session will run July 10–19.
Black man with short grey hair and wireless round glasses blows into brass wind instrument in front of music stand with silver microphone in upper right overhead.
September 7, 2023
Library partnership with Tri-Centric Foundation ensures worldwide access to hundreds of digitized recordings made by composer-musician Anthony Braxton.