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May 9, 2022
Starbucks Coffee at Moody Library to Close for Renovations
On Sunday, May 15, the Starbucks at Moody Library will close for the summer for renovations. The Starbucks at the Baylor Sciences Building and Common Grounds in the SUB will be open.
May 3, 2022
Texas Oral History Association, Baylor University Libraries Launch Initiative to Locate, Make Accessible State’s Collections of Oral Memoirs
New Oral History Database Seeks Collection Information from Institutions Statewide to Create First-Ever Texas Oral History Locator Database
Mar. 31, 2022
Webex and BigBlueButton Access Ending Soon
Access to Webex and BigBlueButton within Canvas will end at the end of the spring term. Microsoft Teams and Zoom will serve as Baylor's videoconferencing solutions moving forward.
Mar. 29, 2022
Remembering Former University Librarian and Trailblazer Dr. Sue Margaret Hughes
Baylor is known for its beautiful campus, rigorous academic programs, and Christian mission, but one aspect that sets it apart is its people. The Libraries remember Dr. Sue Margaret Hughes, a former library director who left a lasting mark on the Baylor Libraries.