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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Bike to Work Day logo

May is National Bike Month, and Bike to Work Day is fast approaching on Thursday, May 12. Get ready to ride by tuning up your bike, joining a free class to learn bike safety tips and skills, entering our Bike Safety Pledge prize drawing and rallying your department colleagues to ride!

Last year, a team of Stanford University Libraries staff, based in Redwood City, were one of two winning teams for the Bike to Work Day drawing. See SUL Redwood City staff celebrate Bike to Work Day win.

Check out the Bike to Work Day website for more information.

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Cardinal Walk 2016 flyer

We’re partnering with Stanford 125 to celebrate Stanford’s 125th anniversary at the 10th Annual Cardinal Walk on Friday, May 13! Come to the Stanford Stadium starting at 11:00 a.m. for:

  • Free Cardinal Walk T-shirt
  • Music
  • Light refreshments
  • Fun activities
  • 12.5% discount coupon to the Stanford bookstore

The 1.25 mile walk will begin at 12:00 p.m.

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Kären Wigen - Frances and Charles Field Professor in History

Stanford faculty provide insight into the great value, purpose, and impact the David Rumsey Map Center will have on the Stanford community and around the world.

Kären Wigen - Frances and Charles Field Professor in History
David Rumsey’s remarkable map collection will be a very visible jewel in the Stanford Libraries’ crown. An archive of this scope, caliber, and renown is a rare windfall for any university’s special collections. Read more...

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

The David Rumsey Map Center is a unique collections-based resource designed to provide access to cartographic information in all of its forms from paper to digital. In addition to housing a large collection of rare atlases and maps, it is furnished with high-resolution screens equipped with interactive tools for engaging with the digital images.

When: April 19 -22, 2016
Where: Green Library, Bing Wing, 4th Floor
Admission: This event is free and open to the public.

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