More technology-focused services, more space for collaborative work, and an attractive new destination for students and faculty in the heart of campus.
One of the goals of the Rubenstein Library renovation is to preserve the building’s original character. That includes hundreds of old-fashioned leaded glass windows.
A visiting scholar recently noticed something unusual about a very special book of Giovanni Battista Piranesi’s drawings in our collections.
From 1915 to 1934, American military forces occupied the nation of Haiti, one of the most controversial interactions in a long history of American involvement in the country.