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Waco Showing Scheduled for ABL Staff Member's Award-Winning Documentary

Sci-fi documentary "Chesley Bonestell: A Brush With the Future" will show at the Waco Hippodrome on Monday, October 29 at 7:00 PM.

Armstrong Browning Library Introduces a New Way of Conferencing with "Rhyme and Reform"

The Armstrong Browning Library invites you to experience a new way of conferencing at "Rhyme & Reform," a multi-site, digitally networked symposium Oct. 4-5. It will be the first conference at Baylor University to hold onsite events that are live-streamed between partnering locations and to the wider public.

Baylor Libraries Unveil New Active Learning Lab, Celebrate Moody Memorial Library’s 50th Anniversary

The Baylor Libraries announce the opening of the new Moody 104 Active Learning Lab (ALL) and celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of Moody Memorial Library.

Celebrating 100 Years of Czech Independence

The Keston Center for Religion, Politics, and Society and the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures will host a week-long series of events Oct. 9-12 to celebrate 100 years of Czech Independence.

Baylor Libraries Hosts 50th Anniversary "Birthday Party" for Moody Memorial Library

Millions of patron visits and fifty years after its doors opened in September 1968, Moody Memorial Library will celebrate a half-century of service to the Baylor community with a come and go "birthday party" on September 14.

Baylor Libraries and the Institute for Oral History Launch Women's Collections Site

The Baylor Libraries and the Institute for Oral History, in partnership with the Women’s and Gender Studies program, launched a new research resource that makes archival collections featuring women more accessible.

Kathleen, Rachel and Deirdre: Three Women’s Journeys United by an Archival Collection

Rachel Risk didn’t expect to make a life-changing discovery in Box 47 of the Kathleen Kenyon Archaeology Collection, but that’s the kind of thing that can happen when you’re doing original research on a topic you love.

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