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New Digital Collection: Hispanic Link Weekly Report

Special Collections and Digital Initiatives 11.01.2019

The latest addition to Auraria Library Digital Collections is The Hispanic Link Weekly Report. Originally published in 1983 and running for almost 30 years, the Hispanic Link Weekly Report was a product of the Hispanic Link News Service, which was co-founded in 1980 in Washington, D.C. by journalists and activists Sebastiania Mendoza Ericksen and Charlie Ericksen. The Service syndicated thousands of articles over its 33-year run to…

We Want to Hear from You!

Information Technology and Web Services 10.25.2019

It’s hard to believe that Auraria Library’s new website has been up and running for almost two years. Our goal was to create a mobile-responsive and accessible website to better serve your needs. We know that there’s always room for improvement. We welcome you and all members of the Auraria Campus Community to give us feedback and help us to continue improving the website.


Use the Library's Services for Your Next Project!

Information Technology and Web Services 10.11.2019

With many services and resources for the Auraria campus community to choose from, you’ll find what you need right here at the Auraria Library! Take a look at these service highlights to find out what the library can do for you!

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New Digital Collection: Laminations

Special Collections and Digital Initiatives 10.10.2019

The latest addition to Auraria Library Digital Collections is a long-forgotten artifact: LaminationsProduced from the late 1970s to the early 90s, Laminations was the official student publication of the University of Colorado Denver College of Environmental Design. To those of you who weren't around back then, prior to becoming the CU Denver College of Architecture and Planning, design disciplines were held…

Happy International Talk Like a Pirate Day!

Special Collections and Digital Initiatives 09.19.2019

Ahoy! In honor of everyone's favorite piratical holiday, Auraria Library Special and Digital Collections is highlighting a handful of pirate-themed resources. The following swashbuckling romances are part of our Paperback and Mass Market Book Cover Collection and showcase the distinctive paperback cover art of the 1950s and 60s, specifically those of nautical romances -- and pirates, rogues, and renegades were common themes in these novels.…

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