“The Messenger” magazine, which OSU Libraries and Press publishes twice a year, has a new issue available. The magazine highlights the accomplishments and ongoing efforts of the Libraries and Press, and here are some of the stories that you’ll find inside:
— “Think It Would Be Cool to Have Access to Books Printed Before 1700? Donor Funding Provides Access to Early English Books Online”
— “Some Families have Long Ties to the University (like, five generations long)”
— “Book Series from OSU Press Captivates Kids and Inspires Interest in the Natural World”
— “Ever Wonder How Many People Use the Valley Library in a Week?”
— “Interview with a Mover and Shaker”
“The Messenger” is available at multiple locations inside the Valley Library, including in the information rack inside the main entrance, and online at http://osulibrary.oregonstate.edu/the-messenger-recent-issue. See what's new and newsworthy at your library.