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A photo of the U.S. Constitution with the words "We the people."
September 15, 2021
Yale University Library and the Lillian Goldman Law Library are co-hosting two events and offering a range of resources to celebrate Constitution and Citizenship Day which is recognized each year on September 17.
Row of display cases in Beinecke Library holding printed collection materials
September 5, 2021
Under current Yale COVID protocols, in-library exhibitioins are open to members of the campus with Yale ID access to the libraries. Others are invited to view Yale Library’s large and growing array of online exhibitions.
Photo of stained glass window in Sterling Memorial Library
September 3, 2021
Tours designed for new students will cover study spaces, navigating the book stacks, borrowing, research support, student jobs, exhibit curation opportunities, the history and architecture of the spaces, and more. Registration required.
Photo of a section of the Vinland Map
September 2, 2021
Library conservators and conservation scientists at Yale have found compelling new evidence that the Beinecke Library’s Vinland Map, once hailed as the earliest depiction of the New World, is awash in twentieth-century ink.
Three women on board a ship
September 1, 2021
An exhibition highlighting the work and voyages of writers including Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, Gertrude Stein, Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald, opened to the campus community Sept. 1
Three students writing postcarsd at a table
August 31, 2021
What excites you about being on campus? Stop by the table in front of Sterling Memorial Library on Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2-4 pm, to write your answer on a postcard. Contribute to the University Archive and receive a Yale Library giveaway!
Blue and white illustratiion of the front doors of Sterling Library
August 30, 2021
Yale University Library is adding, expanding, and adapting services to support students and faculty as they return to in-person teaching and learning this week.