Columbia University Adopts the Palace Project for E-Content
Government Technology reports that the Libraries has adopted the Palace Project app for e-content, a platform that grants Columbia students, staff, and faculty access to "hundreds of thousands of ebooks as the popularity of digital learning grows."
Columbia Student Homophile League: The Nation’s First Gay Student Organization
A video from the Columbia Daily Spectator features conversations with the founders of the Student Homophile League, the first gay student organization in the United States, and showcases materials from the University Archives.
The Carl Sagan Medal, a National Endowment for the Humanities Grant, and a Fulbright First for Columbia Nursing
Columbia News profiles faculty, staff, and students who recently received awards, including Director of the Rare Book & Manuscript Library Courtney Chartier and University Librarian Emeritus Jim Neal.
A Walking Tour of Sculptures On and Around Columbia's Morningside Campus
A walking tour of sculptures at Columbia: From Low Library to Baker Athletics Complex, here's an introduction to sculptures that you can find on the Morningside Heights campus, with insights from Curator of Art Properties Roberto C. Ferrari.
Interview with Archivist Katia Davydenko about the Ukraine Exhibit at the Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Archivist Katia Davydenko mounts an exhibit in the Rare Book and Manuscript Library to contextualize the ongoing war in her native Ukraine and educate the Columbia community about the history surrounding the crisis.
A Look at How Salo Baron Transformed Jewish Studies in America
A new book, edited by Professor Rebecca Kobrin (above), examines multifaceted, pioneering Jewish scholar, Salo Baron, whose contributions to Columbia established one of the most diverse and important Judaica collections in the United States.
Uncle Tom's Cabin (with Moacir P. de Sá Pereira): Dark & Stormy Nights Podcast
Research Data Librarian Moacir P. de Sá Pereira appears on Dark & Stormy Nights, a podcast that discusses the first page - and only the first page! - of various novels, including Uncle Tom's Cabin, featured here.
‘He Never Stopped Ripping Things Up’: Inside Trump’s Relentless Document Destruction Habits
The Washington Post consults Director of the Rare Book & Manuscript Library Courtney Chartier to discuss President Donald Trump's frequent destruction of articles, briefings, schedules, and other documents.