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Monday, February 9, 2015

Green Library break room

With the lack of a central staff break room in Green Library, the Provost and University provided funds to SUL to establish one. After a search of possible spaces, we found 245E on the 2nd floor of the Green Library east, near the Human Resources (HR) Suite, to be an ideal space. Once we establish occupancy, the central staff break room will be open to all SUL staff, DTZ janitorial staff, and the staff at Coupa Café.

Friday, February 6, 2015

by Gabrielle Karamepelas

Stanford, CA—The nation’s oldest Chinese civil rights organizations, the Chinese American Citizens Alliance (C.A.C.A), announced its Grand Lodge archives will be placed with Stanford Libraries. The announcement took place at C.A.C.A. headquarters on Stockton Street in San Francisco.

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

by Peter Blank

It is with very mixed feelings that I announce Anna Fishaut is leaving the Art & Architecture Library after seven and a half years of service. Anna is targeting a new career in user experience design and will embark on a course in San Francisco to obtain the necessary training and credentials.

Mapping the Nile - event flyer
by G. Salim Mohammed

Stanford Classics Professor Grant Parker presents "Mapping the Nile," featuring rare maps from Stanford University Libraries to reveal various representations and perceptions of the Nile. This is part of a series of events that will culminate in the Nile Project performing at Bing Concert Hall on February 18.

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