If you’re looking to learn more about today’s Juneteenth celebration, which commemorates the end of slavery in the U.S., the Transylvania library has compiled a list of resources — from websites to books for adults and children.
Transylvania’s library has been digitizing its Special Collections, making the contents of its archive available without charge to anyone with computer access.
To help us better understand these tumultuous times, Transylvania’s Douglas Gay Jr./Frances Carrick Thomas Library has published a list of anti-racism resources.
The Transylvania library and Lexington Public Library have partnered to pilot a program offering automatic public library cards to all of the school’s first-year students.
Writings of Transylvania scholars published in journals and magazines in the last three years are now on display in the university’s library.
Embodying this year’s campus theme of resilience, Transylvania University’s library staff were undaunted by a big setback and worked hard in a collaborative effort with other institutions to make sure their collections remained available online.
In a special collaborative exhibition, Transylvania University’s Morlan Gallery and J. Douglas Gay Jr./Frances Carrick Thomas Library present “The Art of Kentucky Literature: 45 Years of Larkspur Press,” a celebration of Larkspur’s 45th anniversary. The show runs Tuesday through Nov. 1.
The fall-term internship proved to be a unique learning experience —”a wonderful opportunity for me to explore the field without a commitment to graduate school and for me to obtain professional experience for my resume.”