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April 29 – July 5, 2013 Sterling Memorial Library Exhibits Corridor Curated by Tyler James Griffith, MA '11 (Public Humanities), MPhil '12, PhD Candidate, History/History of Science and Medicine Like Elihu Yale himself, Yale College was born amidst an historical "news boom" during the late...
The Bass Glass Project is now accepting applications for spring 2015 term projects using Google Glass. Two sets of "Bass Glass" devices are being offered by means of a call for proposal. The application and more information about the project can be accessed on the Bass Glass web page. The...
Nota Bene XXIX  no.1
Nota Bene is published during the academic year to acquaint the Yale community and others with the resources of the Yale Library.
Dorothy Woodson, curator of the African Collection at the Yale Library, came to Yale in 2000. She met Nelson Mandela several times while working in the Presidential offices in South Africa in 1996. She and several other Yale people, share recollections of the late Nelson Mandela in this...
Beginning June 3, the grand nave of Sterling Memorial Library — a destination for thousands of students, scholars, and campus visitors each year — will be renewed and restored, thanks to a $20 million gift from Richard Gilder ’54 and his wife, Lois Chiles. The restoration honors outgoing Yale...
As an undergraduate, Elai Katz ’92 loved getting lost in the stacks of Sterling Memorial Library, discovering unexpected treasures, and imaging the students and scholars who had run across those same books long before. Like generations of students before and since, when it was time to study...
This exhibit, currently on view in the Cushing Rotunda at the Yale Medical Library, includes the 1971 printing of Our Bodies Ourselves which sold for 35 cents, the first illustrated book on gymnastics and sports medicine published in 1569, a medical manuscript from Vietnam, and The Pathology...

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