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Irina Ratushinskaya: Triumph of the Spirit (Keston Center Spring Lecture)
My Tribute: The Life and Legacy of Andrae Crouch
Community Gospel Sing
Concert: A Tribute to Andrae Crouch
Armstrong Browning University & Museum Browning Day
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Feb. 3, 2023
Online Exhibit Examines the Poetics of Elizabeth Barrett Browning
British poet and writer Fiona Sampson curated an online exhibit, "Writing and Responsibility: Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s Poetics" which grew out of her digital fellowship with the Armstrong Browning Library & Museum.
Feb. 2, 2023
Baylor Libraries Weather Winter Storms, Provide Safe Haven for Students
Due to the efforts of a group of dedicated students, staff, and faculty, Moody and Jones Libraries and Starbucks remained open while the university transitioned to remote instruction and telework.
Dec. 15, 2022
Amigos Signs Multi-Year Skilltype Agreement for Baylor and Other Research Libraries
Amigos Library Services is making a first of its kind investment in increasing the capacity of its 500+ library members by implementing a multi-year partnership with talent management platform Skilltype.
Dec. 7, 2022
Waco History App, Website Celebrate Milestone 200th Post
Free online resources, a collaboration between The Texas Collection and Institute for Oral History, illuminate local history