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Eating Animals documentary screening and panel discussion – February 26, 4 p.m.

Where do our eggs, dairy products, and meat come from and at what cost? Join the Center for Sustainability and University Libraries on February 26 at 4 p.m. in AAC 290 for¬†Eating Animals, a documentary that examines this question, followed … Continue reading

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Colorado Open Scholars Summit – Openness in Tenure and Promotion on March 1

Join us at the 2019 Colorado Open Scholars Summit @ DU for a discussion on Openness in Tenure and Promotion! The 2019 Summit is a forum for regional and international discussion on Open Access and Open Educational Resources as related … Continue reading

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The Bercu Sisters

Dorothy and Harryette Bercu were sisters and Vaudeville performers across the West during the 1920s and 1930s. An exhibit featuring several of their Vaudeville props is on display now!                       … Continue reading

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Fall Quarter 2018 – Finals Week

Keep your head up, DU! The fall quarter is almost finished and the library is here to support you during these stressful times. Check out some of the things we’re doing during Week 10 and Finals Week.   Changing Library … Continue reading

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DU Art Professor adds to Beck Collections

University of Denver Associate Professor of Studio Art – Painting, Deborah Howard, recently donated her “Portrait Project: Child Survivors of the Holocaust” to the permanent collection of the Ira M. and Peryl Hayutin Beck Memorial Archives.¬† The project involved drawing … Continue reading

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Open Access Week at AAC – October 22-28, 2018

Open Access Week is an annual scholarly communication event focusing on raising awareness about the costs and limitations of the current publishing environment, and teaching instructors, students, and academics about education resource alternatives. Anderson Academic Commons will be hosting four … Continue reading

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Banned Books Week 2018: September 23 – 29

Each year, libraries and bibliophiles everywhere observe Banned Books Week and celebrate the freedom to read. Books are constantly challenged for presenting controversial, unorthodox, or unpopular elements, and the book community comes together annually to fight censorship and protect intellectual … Continue reading

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