Library in the News

Vivian Maier photos, artifacts donated to University of Chicago
Chicago Tonight – August 28, 2019

U. of C. gets thousands of never-before-seen-prints made by famed photographer
Chicago Tribune – August 22, 2019

Diving into Saul Bellow’s archives
Chicago Tribune – May 16, 2019

Alum Donates 400 Volumes to Special Collections
Chicago Maroon – May 7, 2019

Cancer diagnosis leads to donation of 400 rare, valuable books
Chicago Tonight – May 1, 2019

After cancer diagnosis, Oak Park man surprises U. of C. with treasure trove of rare books
Chicago Tribune — April 11, 2019

‘The Fetus in Utero’ at U. of C. reveals mysteries of the womb
Chicago Tribune — February 11, 2019

Radiant Spaces
Chicago Magazine — February 5, 2019

Embryonic enigmas and fetal fantasies at Special Collections
Chicago Maroon — January 24, 2019

Historian Ada Palmer traces censorship of radical ideas across centuries
UChicago News — December 6, 2018

Smear tactic
The University of Chicago Magazine — Fall 2018

Archives of two giants of economics donated to UChicago Library
UChicago News — October 25, 2018

Life in the Library: Reading, Research, and Recreation
The College — September 21, 2018

June Pachuta Farris, Bibliographer for Slavic and East European Studies, 1947-2018
East from Chicago — August 6, 2018

Sights now seen: Vivian Maier’s photographs become a resource for scholars
Tableau — Spring 2018

Bearing witness: A Special Collections exhibit examines the trauma of war
University of Chicago Magazine — Spring 2018

“War, Trauma, Memory” exhibition opens in the Reg
Chicago Maroon — May 11, 2018

‘Fearless’ Ida B. Wells honored by new lynching museum for fighting racial terrorism
Washington Post — April 26, 2018

Ray Gadke, oversaw microforms and periodicals at University of Chicago library, dies
Chicago Tribune — March 18, 2018

Remembering Ray Gadke, the ‘Unsung Hero’ of the Reg
Chicago Maroon — March 6, 2018

The Regenstein’s Ray Gadke, AM’66, explains his unusual office decor
The Core — Winter 2018

Reg exhibit explores University scientists’ reactions to atomic bomb
Chicago Maroon — February 19, 2018

Library digitizes rare century-old kelp forest maps
Chicago Maroon — February 15, 2018

World War I-era maps help track history of kelp forests in Pacific Northwest
UChicago News — December 21, 2017

World War I-era maps help track history of kelp forests in Pacific Northwest
The Forefront — December 21, 2017

Looking back at 2017
UChicago News — December 19, 2017

An archive, Chicago born
The University of Chicago Magzine — Fall 2017

New faculty 2017
Dialogo – Fall 2017/Winter 2018

Linguistics for laypeople: How browsing the library stacks led to a book and a career
Tableau – Fall 2017

500 Vivian Maier photos donated to University of Chicago
Chicago Tonight – July 25, 2017

Hundreds of new Vivian Maier prints donated to U. of C.
Chicago Tribune – July 19, 2017

Librarians providing innovative resources for faculty, students
University of Chicago – June 6, 2017

Tools of the trade
University of Chicago Magazine – Spring 2017

Transport yourself
University of Chicago Magazine – Spring 2017

Saul Bellow archives reveal ‘softer side’ of Nobel laureate
Chicago Tonight – March 28, 2017

You can now read Saul Bellow’s personal papers at the University of Chicago
Forward – March 24, 2017

Three new exhibitions examine meaning of Wolf Vostell’s iconic sculpture
University of Chicago –  January 26, 2017

Three exhibitions celebrate Wolf Vostell and the Fluxus movement
Artdaily.org – January 2017

Concrete Happenings: Three Jan. exhibitions open Jan. 22, celebrating Wolf Vostell and the Fluxus movement
UChicago Arts – December 23, 2016

Digital Archaeology Digest
Forbes – October 28, 2016

Digital collections: University of Chicago Library shares ‘an online trove of Biblical manuscripts’
Library Journal – October 25, 2016

Reg showcases Wiesel’s legacy
The Chicago Maroon – October 25, 2016

James Nye: An open book
Live Mint  – August 5, 2016

On the record
The Indian Express – August 4, 2016

Conservation, open access of cultural assets need of the hour: James H. Nye
Odishatv.com – August 2, 2016

Hyde Park’s greatest adventurer getting exhibit at U. of C.
WGN Radio – June 23, 2016

Hyde Park’s greatest adventurer getting exhibit at U. of C.
DNAinfo – June 21, 2016

For cartoonist Daniel Clowes, LAB’79, every page is personal
The University of Chicago Magazine – April 8, 2016

Cartoonist Daniel Clowes’ sketches and drafts getting exhibit at U. of C.
DNAinfo Chicago – March 7, 2016

Regenstein Library pilots undergraduate exhibit program
The Chicago Maroon – March 1, 2016

Reg exhibit an homage to Yiddish culture in Chicago
The Chicago Maroon – February 29, 2016

Ramakrishnan Professorship to support study of Sanskrit
UChicago News – January 26, 2016

New exhibition highlights UChicago scholarship, texts of South Asia
The Chicago Maroon – January 15, 2016

U of C exhibit showcases 19th-century poetry
Chicago Tribune – December 3, 2015

Profiles in resource sharing: David Larsen
Journal of Interlibrary Loan, Document Delivery & Electronic Reserve – November 23, 2015

A-level to be renovated and remodeled
Chicago Maroon – October 16, 2015

New Poetic Associations exhibit highlights rare poetry from 1800s
Chicago Maroon – October 16, 2015

Genius of the gridiron
The University of Chicago Magazine – October 14, 2015

Zeisel & Hepburn: A Tale of Lavender Water, Shakespeare, and Capital Punishment
The University of Chicago Law School – October 1, 2015

New Saul Bellow documents unearthed by biographer
DNAinfo Chicago – August 24, 2015

What do academic librarians do anyway?
Connected Academics – August 10, 2015

Memoir focuses on late librarian’s work on censorship in occupied Japan
Japan Times – August 7, 2015

Into the wild
University of Chicago Magazine – July/Aug 2015

Go out there and meet people
Dialogo – Spring/Summer 2015

Meeting art historian Earl Rosenthal
OnMilwaukee.com – June 2, 2015

Ancient Books & Modern Technology
Tableau – Spring 2015

University acquires papers of prominent graphic novelist Clowes
Chicago Maroon – May 8, 2015

‘Ghost World’ artist’s papers acquired by University of Chicago
Chicago Tribune – April 30, 2015

A special collection
The College – April 28, 2015

T.H. Tsien, 105, dies; scholar of Chinese books rescued 30,000 of them
New York Times – April 19, 2015

Tsuen-hsuin Tsien, influential Chinese librarian, dies at 105
Chicago Tribune – April 17, 2015

T.H. Tsien, scholar and librarian of East Asian studies, 1909-2015
UChicago News – April 15, 2015

New exhibit showcases LGBT life at UChicago
Chicago Maroon – April 7, 2015

The all-nighters
The University of Chicago Magazine – March 30, 2015

Special collection showcases history of LGBTQ life at the University of Chicago
Chicagopride.com – March 29, 2015

Upcoming: UChicago LGBTQ
Windy City Times – March 17, 2015

In a bind: A UChicago Library restoration project rescues a 500-year-old manuscript
University of Chicago Magazine – March–April 2015

Women in University history highlighted by Special Collections
Chicago Maroon  – March 6, 2015

Video games: Offered by universities
Geek Insider – February 12, 2015

In break from Reg-ular study grind, the Reg offers day of fun and workshops
Chicago Maroon  – February 12, 2015

Ilga Vitolins: 1937-2015: U. of C. Library cataloger who spoke 4 languages
Chicago Tribune – January 26, 2015

Ask Geoffrey: Buildings, libraries & train stations
Chicago Tonight – January 21, 2015

10 of the most amazing college libraries in the US
College Raptor – January 2015

U. of C. unearths rare portraits for ‘I Step Out of Myself’ photo exhibit
DNAinfo Chicago – January 19, 2015

The University of Chicago unveils rare French illustrations of World War I
Chicago Reader – December 1, 2014

Library digitising rare Urdu literary journals
Dawn.com – November 17, 2014

Battle lines
University of Chicago Magazine – November–December 2014

How a pair of 19th-century cookbooks led to the rediscovery of a best-forgotten recipe
Chicago Reader – November 13, 2014

The graphics of the Great War in France
Hyperallergic: Sensitive to Art & Its Discontents – November 7, 2014

Rare books: University of Chicago Library receives $250,000 gift for catalog record enhancement
Library Journal – November 3, 2014

French impressions: Vivid graphics from a century ago
Chicago Tonight – October 31, 2014

Brenda Johnson named Library Director and University Librarian at the University of Chicago
Library Journal – October 16, 2014

The world’s most stylish libraries
Condé Nast Traveller – October 14, 2014

New Regenstein Library exhibit showcases WWI-era French illustration
Hyde Park Herald – October 10, 2014

Torch songs
The University of Chicago Magazine – September–October 2014

The regulars
The University of Chicago Magazine – September–October 2014

New exhibit at Special Collections unearths UChicago’s research in Mexico
UChicago News – August 18, 2014

Obama’s great-uncle, innovative librarian
Chicago Tribune – August 13, 2014

Charles Payne was WWII vet, U of C library official
Chicago Sun-Times – August 11, 2014

Princeton Review finds UChicago has best college library
USA Today – August 4, 2014

UofC to mount exhibit of French graphic illustration & World War I
Gapers Block – July 31, 2014

Margin call
The University of Chicago Magazine – July–August 2014

The Latest ‘AIA Guide to Chicago’
Chicago Tonight – July 8, 2014

Watch Helmut Jahn explain his design for U of C’s Mansueto Library
Curbed Chicago – June 20, 2014

Future-proofing the research library: Sarah Thomas delivers Judith Nadler Vision Lecture
Association of Research Libraries – June 13, 2014

An interview with Judith Nadler, university librarian at the University of Chicago
Library Journal – May 30, 2014

Future-proofing the research library
American Libraries – May 26, 2014

Speaking volumes: Retiring University librarian Judith Nadler reflects on her prolific career
University of Chicago Magazine – May–June 2014

How to imagine ourselves
The Lancet – May 17, 2014

Mysterious writing in rare 16th-century Homer identified
CNET – May 6, 2014

Not all Greek: Mystery script in rare copy of Homer’s ‘Odyssey’ solved
NBCNews.com – May 5, 2014

Mystery text in 1504 copy of Homer’s ‘Odyssey’ is deciphered
NBCNews.com – April 28, 2014

Exploring Ukraine: Past and present
PBS NewsHour – April 27, 2014

The 16 coolest college libraries in the country
Business Insider – April 10, 2014

Robo library
Discovery Channel Canada – April 9, 2014

Imaging/Imagining
Splash Chicago – March 25, 2014

Design 50: Who Shapes Chicago 2014
NewCity – March 20, 2014

Old hand
The University of Chicago Magazine – March–April 2014

Anatomical art featured in new exhibit at U. of C.
DNAinfo Chicago – March 17, 2014

UChicago Presents: Art and Anatomy
Gapers Block – March 15, 2014

Late 19th and early 20th-century urban rail transit maps
The Scout Report – March 7, 2014

Cooking with Crerar: Child gruelty
University of Chicago Magazine – February 12, 2014

Big moments on campus
New York Times – February 9, 2014

Quick, cheap, and possibly poisonous
The University of Chicago Magazine – January 28, 2014

Reg exhibit sees color in commodity
Chicago Maroon – October 29, 2013

Museums show off Columbian Exposition artifacts for anniversary
DNAinfo Chicago – September 25, 2013

Curators’ choice
University of Chicago Magazine – September–October 2013

The 20 most spellbinding university libraries in the world
Independent – August 27, 2013

Places and spaces, courtesy of the University of Chicago photo archives
WBEZ – August 21, 2013

Cookbooks on display
Chicago Tribune – July 10, 2013

Small deco masterpieces
Chicago Reader – June 19, 2013

Hawks’ early training
Redeye – June 19, 2013

A glimpse of where Chicago hockey was in 1934
New York Times – June 12, 2013

Moving with memories: Hyde Park’s Seminary Co-Op Bookstore gets a documentary exhibition
Newcity – May 8, 2013

Underneath the glass bubble
Chicago Maroon – April 16, 2013

The market assistant
The University of Chicago Magazine – March 26, 2013

The zine scene
Chicago Tribune – March 24, 2013

Limited editions
The University of Chicago Magazine – March-April 2013

She does it herself: University of Chicago exhibit focuses on self-published women
Newcity Lit – March 4, 2013

UBorrow reduces recall requests by 30% at University of Chicago Library
Library Journal – February 13, 2013

My Life Is an Open Book
Time Out Chicago – February 7, 2013

University of Chicago developing new library catalog, will be powered by VuFind software
Library Journal – January 30, 2013

Zines get their day at Regenstein
Hyde Park Herald – January 16, 2013

What they’re wearing these days: Library pins
The Core – Winter 2013

New online: University of Chicago Library digitizes original manuscript of Walt Whitman’s “The Bible as Poetry”
Library Journal – January 7, 2013

An Interview with Anne Knafl
Circa – Autumn 2012

The library of the future will probably look something like this
TeachThought – November 30, 2012

America’s most beautiful college libraries
Travel + Leisure – November 2012

Just updated: The research guide to turkeys from the University of Chicago Library
Library Journal – November 20, 2012

14 Stunning university libraries
Her Campus – November 6, 2012

University of Chicago receives $83,000 grant from British Library’s Endangered Archives Programme
Library Journal – November 3, 2012

AIA to honor Helmut Jahn with lifetime achievement award
A/N Blog – October 16, 2012

Exhibition on German Jewish mathematicians to open Oct. 4 at Crerar Library
UChicago News – October 2, 2012

AALL Reflections: Launching into RDA: The New Frontier
AALL Spectrum Blog – August 3, 2012

Still Here
Metropolis Magazine – July 20, 2012

On the Edge: Medieval Margins and the Margins of Academic Life
Time Out Chicago – June 14, 2012

Video: Here’s the robot UCF considering to store, retrieve library books
Orlando Business Journal – June 8, 2012

Preservation on display at University of Chicago’s Mansueto Library
Ithaka S+R Blog – May 30, 2012

The University of Chicago Centennial Catalogues
The Scout Report – May 25, 2012

Special Collections exhibition on Haggadah will close with lecture May 13
UChicago News – May 9, 2012

Baseball bats and the wired library: a cautionary tale
The Chronicle of Higher Education – April 29, 2012

Chicago Jazz
Scout Report – April 20, 2012

Haggadot on view at the University of Chicago
Jewcy – April 5, 2012

Underground robot library
Popular Science – April 2012

2012 RBMS Leab Exhibition Award winners
American Library Association – March 5, 2012

Library design showcase 2012: The shape of things
American Libraries – February 28, 2012

Way down south (campus)
University of Chicago Magazine – January 20, 2012

Photos of the year: The best tech snaps of 2011
silicon.com – December 21, 2011

AIA’s best new buildings from Chicago
ArchitectureWeek – December 7, 2011

The best (and worst) in Chicago architecture 2011
WBEZ – December 19, 2011

Year in architecture 2011: Grading on a curve
Library Journal – December 15, 2011

Best architecture of 2011: Despite the ongoing construction downturn, much to celebrate
Chicago Tribune – December 9, 2011

CAF announces 'Patron of the Year' winners
Chicago Tribune – November 30, 2011

The Bibliotech: Library of the Future, Now
New York Times – November 4, 2011

From XXL to S: Chicago architecture awards recognize excellence at a variety of scales
Chicago Tribune – October 28, 2011

Joe and Rika Mansueto Library
Architect – October 6, 2011

Eric Fischer’s social maps show world in a new light
UChicago News – October 2011

Humanities Festival builds bridge to Hyde Park
Chicago Tribune – October 20, 2011

Mansueto Library emerges as a Chicago icon
UChicago News – October 10, 2011

Mansueto Library dedication set for Oct. 11
UChicago News – Oct. 6, 2011

Soviet art retrospective goes citywide
UChicago News, Sept. 12, 2011

Librodome and Bright Passage
University of Chicago Magazine, Sept-Oct 2011

Adventures in the Soviet Imaginary
Time Out Chicago – August 23, 2011

Race against the machine
UChiBLOGo – August 8, 2011

Eating their words: How food writing collections can shape us
The Atlantic – August 5, 2011

A high-tech library keeps books at faculty fingertips—with robot help
Chronicle of Higher Education – July 24, 2011

Go ask alumni: Ex libris
The Core – July-August 2011

Advenutres in the Soviet Imaginary
Gapers Block – July 14, 2011

Top 10 YouTube videos posted by colleges, and what they mean
Chronicle of Higher Education – July 5, 2011

Under the Dome
UCHIBLOGO – June 28, 2011

Chicago’s best architecture, urban design and historic preservation for the first half of 2011
Chicago Tribune – June 27, 2011

Joe and Rika Mansueto Library / Murphy/Jahn
ArchDaily – June 14, 2011

Q&A with Frances McNamara
Gapers Block – June 10, 2011

Around Town:  University of Chicago Library
WGN – June 7, 2011

The new University of Chicago library
Chicago Tonight – WTTW – June 2, 2011

Scholars, scientists gather to discuss the intersection of science and architecture
UChicago News – June 1, 2011

רובוטים במקום ספרנים בספרייה בשיקגו
Haaretz (Israel) – May 26, 2011

UofC’s futuristic new Mansueto Library is definitely one for the books
Lee Bey’s Chicago – WBEZ – May 20, 2011

Beneath this bubble, a book-storing marvel
Chicago Tribune – May 18, 2011

A Hole Lot of Books
Inside Higher Education – May 18, 2011

Video of the Day: How Chicago’s Automated Library Works
The Atlantic – May 17, 2011

Sky’s the limit’ at U of C’s new $81 million, high-tech library
Chicago Sun-Times – May 16, 2011

Cutting-edge domed Joe and Rika Mansueto Library opens at University of Chicago
World Architecture News.com – May 16, 2011

Com US$ 25 mi, universidade dos EUA inaugura biblioteca automatizada
Economia & Negócios – May 16, 2011

Robots retrieve books in University of Chicago’s new, futuristic library
Wired – May 11, 2011

Reading room of Jahn’s U. of C. Mansueto Library to open next week
Chicago Tribune – May 10, 2011

Library to receive two works by Filipino hero Jose Rizal
UChicago News – April 27, 2011

Design for Learning: A Twenty-First-Century Research Library
Isthmus – April 10, 2011

Special Collections Research Center to reopen in renovated space March 28
UChicago News – March 24, 2011

Food 411
Chicago Sun Times – March 21, 2011

Sweet Home Chicago: Chocolate, Confectionery Production, and Technology in the Windy City
WBEZ – March 12, 2011

Food Calendar
Chicago Tribune – March 8, 2011

Voices from colonial India
OPEN Magazine – February 26, 2011

1 million books scanned and returned to CIC university libraries
Inside Google Books – February 4, 2011

February architectural events
ArchitectureChicago Plus – February 3, 2011

Helmut Jahn continues hot streak with Mansueto Library at University of Chicago
WBEZ – January 18, 2011

CIC/Google celebrate major milestone:  A million digitized volumes
CIC website – February 4, 2011

Avant les deluge: Mansueto Library
ArchitectureChicago Plus – February 1, 2011

Sweet Home Chicago
Time Out Chicago – January 26, 2011

African-American history uncapped by UNCAP
Chicagoist – January 18, 2011

Alternate Rockefellers
UChiBlogo – January 18, 2011

The paper campus: University buildings that never were
UChiBlogo – January 6, 2011

Defender archives available on new U of C site
Chicago Defender – December 21, 2010

A simple search uncovers a trove of dusty black history
Chicago Tribune – December 15, 2010

In the U of C’s planned science building, the design byword is: ‘Let there be light’
Chicago Tribune – December 14, 2010

New Eckhardt Center building to provide home for precision science
University of Chicago, December 13, 2010

Black history catalogued at new U. of C. website
Chicago Sun-Times – December 10, 2010

History: digitization projects: searchable database: “Black history catalogued at New U. of Chicago website”
Resource Shelf – December 11, 2010

Archives go online
Community Media Workshop – December 10, 2010

Archival collections project reaches completion
University of Chicago – December  7, 2010

The world according to Fischer
Mission Loc@l – November 29, 2010

From trees to furniture: a case study of how trees from the Mansueto Library construction site were put to purposeful re-uses
University of Chicago Sustainability – November 15, 2010

From trees to furniture:  photos from the case study in reuse
Dirt – November 15, 2010

Home Sweet Home
Chicago Weekly – November 3, 2010

Indian sound recordings bring history to life
BBC News – November 3, 2010

The Written Image:  Beyond the Words
Poets and Writers – November 1, 2010

Chicago’s rich candy history
Chicago Tribune – October 28, 2010

This week’s food and drink events
Chicago Reader – October 27, 2010

Friday foodie forecast: Halloween treats
WBEZ’s Vocalo Blogs, October 22, 2010

New exhibition explores Chicago candy history
WBEZ – October 19, 2010

GULAG artwork on display at University of Chicago’s Regenstein Library
A. V. Club – October 15, 2010

“Beyond Words: Author Portraits” has something to say
Chicagoist – October 15, 2010

The Soviet Arts Experience
Chicago Life Magazine – October 10, 2010

Writing through Imagism: A Discussion of H.D.’s “Sea Poppies” and Jen Scappettone’s “Vase Poppies”
Poetry Foundation – October 2010

Libraries Make It Personal
Inside Higher Education – September 28, 2010

Swingin’ sounds in Hyde Park
WBEZ – September 23, 2010

Chicago literary CliffsNotes
Chicagoist – September 16, 2010

Fall arts preview
Newcity – September 2010

E-Books:  What a librarian wants
Chronicle of Higher Education – September 8, 2010

Fall forward:  The guide to the new season
Newcity – September 3, 2010

Glass and steel, revisited
UChiBlogo – September 2, 2010

An unprecedented collaboration showcasing works by artists of the Soviet Union
University of Chicago Presents – August 26, 2010

Ron Offen, publisher of Free Lunch, 1930-2010
ChicagoPoetry – August 10, 2010

Get Lit at Your Desk:  University of Chicago Web Exhibits
Chicagoist – August  3, 2010

A Look at the Joe and Rika Mansueto Library
University of Chicago – July 22, 2010

Checking out history books
UChiBlogo – July 14, 2010

Blog-a-palooza: Workshop introduces PE student leaders to the blog World
Project Exploration Blog – July 13, 2010

Arch Support
University of Chicago Magazine – July-August 2010

Original source:  The world of Walden
University of Chicago Magazine – July-September 2010

A sneak peek at Helmut Jahn’s domed library at the University of Chicago
Chicago Tribune – June 25, 2010

Anatomy Classic
University of Chicago Magazine – May 17, 2010

Librarians on IM
Gapers Block – May 17, 2010

Library help via IM
UChiBlogo – May 17, 2010

Five things to do today: April 26
Time Out Chicago – Apr. 26, 2010

Chicago
Al Filreis – Apr. 18, 2010

Evidence of poet’s influence in Chicago part of symposium discussion Saturday
University of Chicago web site – Apr. 15, 2010

Oldest known Lincoln document reunited electronically
WBEZ – Apr. 15, 2010

Reunited set of math problems give clues to how Lincoln learned
State Journal-Register – Apr. 14, 2010

Works by Tadanori Yokoo, Japan’s gig poster/album cover Warhol, at University of Chicago’s Regenstein
Chicago Reader – Apr. 10, 2010

Chicago library is turning Japanese
Seattle P-I – Apr. 9, 2010

Eleven arts organizations to collaborate in Soviet Experience
Chicagoist – Mar. 12, 2010

Collective
Chicago Tribune – Mar. 12, 2010

An unprecedented collaboration showcasing works by artists of the Soviet Union
University of Chicago Presents – Mar. 11, 2010

Cool Building Wednesday
WBEZ Blog – Jan. 27, 2010

Library software development
Inside Indiana Business – Jan. 11, 2010

Ancient tomes sold to University of Chicago
Chicago Journal – Jan. 6, 2010

Reassembling teenage Abraham Lincoln’s homework
Lincoln Editor – Jan.-Mar. 2010

Researchers:  Gospel of Mark from 1400s is a fake
NBC 6 Portland, ME – Dec. 24, 2009

U Chicago researcher:  ‘Should we call it the ‘Not-So-Archaic Mark?’
WBEZ Blog – Dec.16, 2009

Archaic Mark a fake
WBEZ, Dec. 16, 2009

Teaching to the Text
University of Chicago Magazine – Nov.-Dec. 2009

Ann Lindsey’s passion for book conservation
University of Chicago Magazine – Nov.-Dec. 2009

Sharp eye for Chopin
University of Chicago Magazine – Nov.-Dec. 2009

Convocation stresses substance over pomp and circumstance
University of Chicago News – Oct. 9, 2009

500 and counting
UChiBlogo – Oct. 9, 2009

Olympics or not, we love Hyde Park
Chicago Tribune – Oct. 9, 2009

One for the Books
Midwest Construction – October 2009

Lights, camera, manuscript
UChiBlogo – Sept. 17, 2009

To conserve and protect
UChiBlogo, Sept. 8, 2009

Down and dirty
UChiBlogo – July 14, 2009

American Environmental Photographs collection holds trove of historic Great Lakes images
Great Lakes Echo – July 6, 2009

Beyond the influence of the Chicago Defender
Chicago Tribune – June 1, 2009

Library unveils historic black newspaper archive
American Libraries – May 30, 2009

100 years of Chicago Defender given to Library
WLS-TV – May 27, 2009

http://abclocal.go.com/wls/story?section=news/local&id=6834989

Historical trove, freed from storage, gets a home
New York Times – May 27, 2009

Scholars work to make Defender collection public
University of Chicago News – May 27, 2009

Lost Chicagoan found in the Library
ILA Reporter – April 2009

Colorful Chicagoan lost and found
University of Chicago Web site – January 5, 2009

The most zestful spectacle
New York Times – November 21, 2008

University greets a friend and a president
University of Chicago Web site – November 5, 2008

Sign outside Regenstein Library
UChicago News Flickr – November 4, 2018

Lost in the Second City
University of Chicago Magazine – November-December 2008

Urban artifact
Chicago Magazine – November 2008

HathiTrust: A digital repository for libraries, by libraries
Information Today, Inc. – October 23, 2008

Universities launch elephantine 78 terabyte digital library
Ars Technica – October 13, 2008

Universities launch collective digital library, 78 terabytes large
Wired – October 13, 2008

University libraries in Google Project to offer backup digital library
Chronicle of Higher Education – October 13, 2008

Saarinen’s Law School wasn’t razed
Wall Street Journal – October 8, 2008

Breakfast of library champions
UChiBlogO – September 26, 2008

University breaks ground for new Mansueto Library
The University of Chicago Chronicle – September 24, 2008

New luster for a Saarinen gem: Once-threatened U. of C. Law School building is expertly recycled by OWP/P
Chicago Tribune – July 1, 2008

The Mansueto Mound,’ U of C’s Library Addition Unveiled
Gapers Block – May 14, 2008

Jahn ‘s library dome at U. of C.: elegant minimalism or self-indulgent object?
Chicago Tribune – May 12, 2008

Dome sweet dome
Chicagoist – May 12, 2008

Helmut Jahn-designed library coming to South Side
WBEZ – May 12, 2008

University of Chicago receives $25 million gift from Morningstar CEO in support of new Library building
University of Chicago News – May 12, 2008

A library addition at U. of Chicago keeps books close
Chronicle of Higher Education – May 12, 2008

A crystal dome for U. of C.’s tomes
Chicago Tribune – May 12, 2008