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Indigenous Culture Week emphasizes unification

Sacramento Knoxx There’s something new this year for Indigenous...

ASU library specialist Christina Sullivan next to the card catalog

Seeding knowledge for biodiversity

Is there anything more experimental than a seed? Planting something in the ground and seeing what grows there? The practice of exp...

Rachel Leket-Mor

Small rebellions: ASU Zine Collection shines light on creative activism

Freedom is a word that comes to mind when describing the unmediated self-publishing space of zines, short for “fanzines” or “magazin...

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Maintaining our 'Community of Care'

While it’s normal to feel some uncertainty about the best way to keep our ASU community healthy during the COVID-19 crisis, the ASU ...

Margaret Bonds poses for a portrait in 1956

Introducing the Black Women Composers Project

A collection guide of scores, literature and sound recordings in the ASU Library Last fall, the Music Library at Arizona State Univ...

Anali Perry holds up a 2021 March Mammal Madness bracket

Library guide now the home of March Mammal Madness  

More popular than ever, March Mammal Madness is back again for its 9th year – and this time, an ASU Library guide is the official ho...

Alexis Juarez stands at the ASU Library student orientation booth

Supporting the force and face of ASU – our students

 “For me, working at the ASU Library means creating a welcoming environment for the local community to gather and learn together, ...

portrait of Lourdes Pereira

More than a research collection

“Learning more about my people and how to preserve our materials has strengthened my identity as a Hia-Ced O’odham youth and has h...

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You can help make history

“Arizona’s archives are dominated by white narratives that promote settler colonialism and white supremacy. One of my favorite thi...