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Front cover: The Round House by Louise Erdrich

Gathering around ‘The Round House’

Erdrich novel sparks conversations, celebrations on Indigenous culture Louise Erdrich’s 14th novel “The Round House” opens with an ...

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Library exhibit explores the objectivity of books

Suzy Morgan began making books in high school – not writing or editing them, making them. “I’m less interested in what the words sa...

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ASU librarians create Black Lives Matter library guide

For the United States, 2020 has been a year of racial reckoning. The question of how to build a more equitable and diverse society ...

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Home delivery service expands beyond Maricopa County and into tribal communities

Beginning this month, Sun Devils living outside of Maricopa County and on Native reservation lands can now request the shipment of l...

Native American Heritage Month book display

What does #LandBack mean to you?

In honor of November being Native American Heritage Month, a team of student workers in the ASU Library's Labriola National American...

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November is Native American Heritage Month

Two book displays, one at Hayden Library and one at Fletcher Library, a writing workshop and a film screening are among some of the ...

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Open up your research and change the world

Every year, the ASU Library takes a long, hard look at the world of scholarly publishing and traditional avenues for knowledge const...

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Free access to election resources

Looking for access to reliable information about the election?  The Wall Street Journal has partnered with ASU to provide free digi...

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Everything you need to be #VoteReady

Make a plan to make your voice heard!  The voter registration deadline in Arizona has changed from Oct. 5, 2020 to Oct. 15, giving ...