The annual Library Development Review highlights the UT Libraries’ collections, programs and events, services for students, and outreach to the local community. The latest issue is now available online.
The current issue has a distinct musical theme. Read the 2017-2018 Library Development Review to learn about the 150-year history of the Pride of the Southland marching band; the newly-digitized David Van Vactor Music Collection; an event celebrating 50 years of singing “Rocky Top” at UT games; and our new program, Boundless: Artists in the Archives. The UT Libraries invites musicians and other artists to explore treasures preserved in our archives and to translate what they discover into the language of their art. Tucked into this issue is a 45 RPM recording of two songs inspired by the Wilma Dykeman and James R. Stokely Jr. Papers — written and performed by the musical duo Count This Penny.
Graduate Commons Ribbon Cutting
Join us to celebrate the grand opening of a long-awaited space just for graduate students in Hodges Library.
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- UT Libraries Now Holds Archive of Cartoonist Paige Braddock
- Community gathering in response to hate speech
- Graduate Commons Grand Opening, Sept. 20
- Lunch and Learn: Financial Literacy, Sept. 16
- Data Management Best Practices Webinar, Sept. 10
- Workshop: Manage Citations with EndNote
- Best Practices in Publishing program for graduate students
- Exhibit in Hodges Library—“Lighting the Way: 225 Years of Volunteers”