Monthly Archives: October 2009

Haunting reads from LSU Libraries

Trick or treat! LSU Libraries gives you something good to READ! Need some sweet reads to get you through those dark and stormy nights?  LSU Libraries recommends the following books for particularly spine-tingling experiences.  Each book is available (until it’s

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Middleton Library celebrates 50th Anniversary

The LSU community celebrated the dedication of a new library on October 23, 1959.  To help mark the anniversary of this momentous occasion, LSU Libraries Special Collections has mounted  the mini-exhibition Troy H. Middleton Library: 50 Years of Service to

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LSU photographs and more on Louisiana Digital Library

The LSU Libraries Special Collections has recently added the University Archives Digital Collections to the LOUISiana Digital Library.  Consisting of the University Archives Photograph Collection and the University Archives Printed Materials Collection, these materials provide a rich look into the

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Open Access Week observed at LSU

Open Access Week 2009, organized by the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC) of the Association of Research Libraries, is a week-long event held during the week of October 19-23, 2009. Participants at locations around the world have scheduled

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Chords of Memory Symposium at Hill Memorial Library

In recognition of 2009 American Archives Month, the staff of the Special Collections Department at Louisiana State University will host an afternoon symposium on Thursday October 29, 2009, from 3-5 p.m.  Chords of Memory: Archives at Hill and Beyond, will

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Celebrate 50 years with Middleton Library

We hope you will join us in celebration of fifty years of Middleton Library Friday, October 23, 2009 2:00 pm in the afternoon Take a tour and see special exhibits on display. For more information, see

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Center for Academic Success Tutorial Center opens in Middleton Library

It is with much excitement that we announce the opening of the Center for Academic Success Tutorial Center in 141 Middleton Library.  The space in Middleton Library has been renovated in order to accommodate a 36-seat Tutorial Center which will

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What Endures

The Williams Center for Oral History is launching its first podcast, “What Endures.” The first episode, “Politics and a Pulitzer” highlights the mission of the Williams Center and focuses on our namesake, Dr. T. Harry Williams. Subsequent podcasts will be

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