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Japanese-American Internment Images

Matthew Mariner 12.14.2016

The latest item to be added to the Auraria Library Digital Collections is a series of 35mm slides of Japanese-American internees used in an undated JACL presentation on internment. This small collection of 80 slides contains images of families being uprooted from their homes, boarded onto buses and trains, and relocated…

Auraria Library Supporting the Campus

Auraria Library 12.01.2016

Greetings,

Some years ago, the Auraria Library crafted a Values statement meant to communicate the inclusive support that we offer to the Auraria Campus community. We would like to elaborate on those words and reinforce what we believe in.

The Library welcomes all users, regardless of race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, ancestry, nationality, ethnicity, or citizenship status.…

When the Tivoli was a Mall

Matthew Mariner 11.17.2016

As many of you know, our bustling student union used to be a brewery. But did you know that in the 1980s, the Tivoli was a shopping mall? That's right, a mall! Like the Galleria in Los Angeles or The Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota, the Tivoli was once awash with eye-rolling teenagers and tired families looking for last-minute holiday gifts. It even had escalators!

Well, now you can see examples of the old Tivoli Mall in the Auraria Library Digital Collections: …

New Library website coming January 2017!

Web Services 11.04.2016

The Web Services Team at Auraria Library has developed a new website to replace the current website at http://library.auraria.edu. We think you'll like the new design and its mobile responsiveness because we know you love being able to access the site from any device with ease! The new Auraria Library website is scheduled to officially launch during the winter break.

Test drive the BETA website now!

The BETA website…

Auraria Library Celebrates with Re-Dedication Ceremony

Auraria Library 11.01.2016

Friday, October 21st was the Re-Dedication Ceremony of Auraria Library. The successful celebration took place as the Library approaches the final home stretch of renovations that expand the various spaces and resources being made available for students, staff and faculty of the Auraria Campus. Attendees were able to view the generous donations and contributions to the renovation of the Library, explore all the new spaces through a self-guided tour, and take part in…

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