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Byline: Jose Beduya

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Student-librarian partnership makes history

The inaugural RAD Public History Fellows have been digging deep into library archives and bringing their discoveries to light in creative ways – from social media posts to displays of artifacts and tours of library exhibits.
Eight people arranged in a circle; an artistic black and white photo


Talks mark exhibits, campus LGBTQ milestones

The “Radical Desire” symposium April 27 to 28 brings pioneering lesbian feminist scholars, publishers, and photographers to speak at Cornell.
Black and white photo (1984) of a eight people


Exhibition features pioneering erotic magazine

The first decade of On Our Backs, the women-run erotic magazine (1984-2006) is highlighted by “Radical Desire: Making On Our Backs Magazine” in the Carl A. Kroch Library,
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Library boosts new digitization projects

Four projects have been selected for Cornell Library’s annual Grants Program for Digital Collections in Arts and Sciences, which boosts the collaboration of scholars and library specialists to transform physical materials into lasting online resources for teaching and research.
old photos of a woman and young boy


Library immersions deepen student research

A doctoral student researching Black life in the U.S. after the abolition of slavery, Victoria Baugh was fascinated by the hundreds of studio portraits in the Loewentheil Collection of African-American Photography at Cornell University Library.
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Library marks advising milestone

Librarians have been vital to the A&S advising seminars program, which pairs students with faculty advisors in the college and connects them with campus resources essential to their well-being and academic success.