Today's (or Recent) Announcements from Cornell University Library (CUL)

* A few enhancements to the Library services from Carl A. Kroch University Library [Feb. 1, 2021]

Olin Library: increasing hours by staying open until midnight; Libe Cafe opens with one-way traffic out onto the Arts Quad; investigating the possibility of on-site viewing for microforms, DVD, VHS via appointment

Uris Library: increasing hours by staying open until 11 P.M; Cocktail Lounge 12/7; entry by card access only; so entrance through Clocktower and Cocktail Lounge, main doors will be exit only

* Library in the news [Mar. 5, 2021]

Here are recent media mentions about Cornell University Library—big or small, positive or negative, perfectly accurate or not quite right:

+ The March 8 Art and Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon was featured in a Cornell Chronicle article an picked up by ARL News.

+ Library Journal published a story about the repatriation of Fidelia “Flying Bird” Fielding’s Mohegan diaries. The story was co-written by our Associate University Librarian Tamar Evangelestia-Dougherty.

+ Eric Acree (director of Africana Library and curator of Africana Collections) and Steven Calco (Kheel Center research archivist) were featured in an story about the upcoming exhibit “All Labor Has Dignity” at the Africana Library, focusing on Martin Luther King, Jr.’s labor activism and advocacy.

+ The Cornell Daily Sun wrote about more available study spots in different library locations and other campus spaces.

+ A Cornell Daily Sun writer also mentioned a nostalgia for serendipitous socializing at the library.