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Marriott Library’s Drop-In Print Session

Marriott Library’s Drop-In Print Session

November 9, 2016

The process of printing has a long history.  Letterpress is one of the earliest methods known as relief printing. The type of print is similar to a rubber stamp, except the results are much more impressive, involving these grand machines. The Book Arts Program is opening a session for the public to...

NaNoWriMo Returns

NaNoWriMo Returns

October 20, 2016

NaNoWriMo: more than just a fun collection of seemingly random words that easily roll off the tongue; the strange-sounding term actually refers to National Novel Writing Month, which starts bright and early every year on Nov. 1. Novels are no easy task. The minimum word requirement for one falls aroun...

Forget ‘FOMO’, Experiment With Eventbrite

Forget ‘FOMO’, Experiment With Eventbrite

October 5, 2016

Do you find yourself constantly looking for things to do when you’re with your friends, on a school break or for the future? Are you ever lost trying to find out what’s going on around you, not knowing where to find the most useful information? Luckily, there are apps you can download on your...

Celebrating the controversial at banned books week

Celebrating the controversial at banned books week

By Casey Koldewyn

September 28, 2016

Banned Book Week is celebrating its 34th anniversary this year. Here at the U, the Marriott Library has hosted a Banned Book Reading for the past three years in celebration. Fighting against the censorship and banning of books is just one of many components of the Marriott Library's mission, and Monday's...

Bibliophilic Paradise at Marriott Library fall Booksale

Bibliophilic Paradise at Marriott Library fall Booksale

By Cate Heiner

September 21, 2016

As any bibliophile will tell you, you can never have enough books. Each semester, the Marriott Library opens their doors for their book sale, feeding the habits of bibliophiles across campus without breaking their banks. Open for a week, the book sale hosts a variety of genres, editions, and backgrounds...

Literary journal “peculiar” unites queer community in Provo area

Literary journal “peculiar” unites queer community in Provo area

July 23, 2016

Anyone who has spent any significant time in this state knows Provo, Utah is Mormon-dominated. Who would have expected that a queer literary journal would pop up here? Somehow, despite all odds, one has: the journal, titled peculiar, traces its origins to about a year ago, and this latest publication, Volume...

Book review- “The Invention of Wings” takes readers to new heights

Book review- “The Invention of Wings” takes readers to new heights

June 10, 2016

Well written and beautifully engaging, The Invention of Wings, by Sue Monk Kidd, is just as good as (if not better than) her more widely known novel, The Secret Life of Bees. The Invention of Wings provides readers the opportunity to learn more about two great American white women whose contributions ...

Book Review- “Never Let Me Go” will leave you drained and engaged

May 30, 2016

Kazuo Ishiguro may be known best for "The Remains of the Day" (though even that novel is not well known to many circles), but he has penned many other great works that receive less press and public acclaim. "Never Let Me Go" is one of those overlooked works. Like many of Ishiguro's novels, "Never...

Book Review – “The Thief” Will Steal Your Attention

Book Review – “The Thief” Will Steal Your Attention

May 25, 2016

One of the best parts of summer is the time it opens up to leisurely enjoy good books. During the school year, it's all about getting through classes and passing finals. Copious amounts of speed-reading on topics you may care about but will probably still struggle to get through 100 pages of. For those...

Jon Krakauer’s Book On Rape In Missoula Provides Harrowing Insight To Rape Culture

Jon Krakauer’s Book On Rape In Missoula Provides Harrowing Insight To Rape Culture

March 31, 2016

The national “It’s On Us” campaign, which looks to raise awareness of sexual assault on college campuses by combating victim blaming and other rape myths on a national level, is coming to the U next week. The conversations that the campaign brings up are awkward and hard to have, yet they are...

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