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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 togethe...

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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 ha...

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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 ...

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 ...