In this age of e-books, Wikipedia, and instant access to information, there’s nothing like a library for bringing like minds together, forever.
While we’re on the subject of love in the library, here’s a selection of honeyed words from the archives.
Twenty-eight stone shields with various symbols adorn the façade of the Rubenstein Library. But what are they supposed to symbolize?
When a tiny schoolhouse in Randolph County, NC, opened 175 years ago, it launched an educational institution that grew to become today’s Duke University.
The environment in which students and faculty operate today is immeasurably more complex than when Duke was a younger institution. The same is true for Duke’s libraries.