The lobby of Gemmill Library

Gemmill Library to close for renovations

May 6, 2024

Located in the Math building, Gemmill Engineering, Math and Physics Library will be closed until summer 2025.

Portrait of Ella Schigur

Ella Schigur is the University Libraries Outstanding Graduating Senior for 2024

April 23, 2024

The Libraries selects their outstanding graduates based on dedication to the library's mission and values in supporting students and connecting them with information, resources and services.

two students using the whiteboard in a study room

Finals guide to the Libraries: Care kits, study spaces, research help and more

April 16, 2024

The University Libraries have everything you need to help you succeed through finals from study spaces, research help and tools to relax.

Red sunflower

Pick up seeds to grow CU Boulder’s iconic red sunflower this Earth Day

March 28, 2024

Stop by Norlin Library’s East Entrance on April 18 and April 22 to pick up your free red sunflower seed packets and learn about the flower’s unique history. Seeds will also be available for pick up at each of the campus libraries’ service desks.

Negative air machines cleaning air near the Ask a Librarian Desk

Libraries collections largely unscathed after Feb. 9 fire

Feb. 14, 2024

Library preservationists and fire remediators are working to return collections to service after an early morning fire in Norlin Library.

"Shabbat" by Lynne Feldman. Painting depicting people gathered around a table sharing food

Know Your Nosh: Exhibition on Jewish food opens at the University Libraries

Jan. 18, 2024

The fifth installment of the Embodied Judaism exhibit series, "Know Your Nosh: Food, Jewishness & Identity" explores the significance of food and agriculture for Jewish religious, cultural, national and political identities.

National Rifle Association “Pictorial Wildlife and Game Map of the United States,” 1972 showing illustrations of animal spaces across the US

Mapping from ‘Description to Analysis’

Jan. 17, 2024

To Program for Writing and Rhetoric (WRTG) Teaching Associate Professor Rebecca Dickson, maps are an avenue for making a good argument. WRTG regularly partners with the Earth Sciences & Map Library to explore how maps can facilitate new ways of learning for first-year students.

Norlin Library staircase

Your start-of-semester guide to the University Libraries

Jan. 16, 2024

The University Libraries has the spaces, resources and services you need to make the most of your spring 2024 semester.

Person viewing a painting

At Culture Crawl 2023, the artist is you

Sept. 1, 2023

This year’s Culture Crawl on Sept. 19 and 20 features CU Boulder and local artists and performers. There will also be opportunities to make your own artworks.

Portrait of Matthew Fox

University Libraries to host event in honor of Matthew Fox, founder of Creation Spirituality movement

Aug. 29, 2023

This event—taking place September 21, 2023 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in Norlin Library—will celebrate the recent donation of Matthew Fox’s papers to the University Libraries Rare and Distinctive Collections.

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