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The Medical Historical Library recently acquired over 2600 global public health and safety posters, representing 56 countries and multiple languages. On display are selections from this collection, promoting a variety of public health messages, including anti-drug and anti-smoking campaigns,...
The Yale University Library recently announced the addition of two new leadership positions within the library system – the Associate University Librarian (AUL) for Arts and Humanities, and the AUL for Science, Social Science and Medicine. The two new positions will join a team that reports to the...
Starting on Monday 13, bring back lost books by January 31 for a full waiver of lost item replacement fees and overdue fees. For more information, contact the Privileges Office at 203-432-7189 or smlcirc@yale.edu. * Yale...
Meet your Personal Librarian at the Library’s Freshman Reception! University Librarian Susan Gibbons and the Personal Librarians for Yale College cordially invite members of the Yale Class of 2017 to a reception at the Beinecke Library. Freshmen will meet their Personal Librarians and learn...
A survivor of the Warsaw Ghetto, Majdanek and Auschwitz relates her wartime experiences and describes her postwar reunion with her husband, whom she had married in the ghetto at the age of 16. She emphasizes her determination to survive as an act of defiance against Hitler, a decision she reached...
The nave restoration is now in its final stages and the library staff is preparing to move into its new spaces next week. As a result, Circulation, Information and Privileges services will be unavailable in Sterling Memorial Library from Thursday August 21 to Saturday August 23, as services and...
In cooperation with the Instructional Technology Group (ITG) and the Student Technology Collaborative (STC), the Yale University Library has added the futuristic eyewear, Google Glass—unofficially dubbed “Yale Bass Glass” – to its collection of media devices at the Bass Library. As the group plans...

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