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All volumes of "The Annual Cruise” – a yearbook published by and for forestry students at Oregon State from 1920 through 1975 – are now available online through Oregon Digital at oregondigital.org/sets/annual-cruise.  "The Annual...
On Wednesday, November 11, the Valley Library will be closed along with other OSU facilities in observance of the Veterans Day holiday.
The author T. Geronimo Johnson will read at the Valley Library rotunda at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 5. The reading will be followed by a Q&A and book signing. Johnson’s most recent novel, “Welcome to Braggsville” has been long-listed for the National...
Sample flavors inspired by the past in this annual showcase of recipes discovered in the holdings of the OSU Special Collections and Archives (or "'Chives" for short). This year, we’re highlighting recipes featured in a 1945 wall calendar that...
“Photographing Stalin's Revolution: An American in Moscow, 1930” Lecture by Bill Husband, Professor, School of History, Philosophy and Religion Wednesday, October 28 at 4 p.m. in the Archives Reading Room, fifth floor of the Valley...
The library’s fall workshops wind down with a session on November 2 about Graduate Publishing Tips for grad students that want to get started on publishing their scholarship. The last workshop will be a repeat of Zotero...
See actual student culture and activities from late in the last century. As part of the continuing fun around Oregon Archives Month, join us for dance, music, big hair and catwalks from Oregon State in the 1980s and 1990s. To celebrate amazing...
October 20, 5-6:30 p.m. Learning Innovation Center (LInC), 2nd floor Forum space Open Access Week is an annual celebration of open access publishing and the drive to make knowledge freely available. The OSU Libraries and Press is hosting an...
Mendeley (10/27) and EndNote (10/28) workshops offered Check out Mendeley on October 27, a web-based, social tool for capturing, managing and citing your research sources. If you missed it the first time, EndNote (Basic and Intermediate/...
Hideko Tamura Snider, survivor of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, will be coming to campus to give a lecture coinciding with the Nuclear Age exhibit at the Valley Library. The lecture called “Surviving Hiroshima, Blooming Peace” will be on...

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