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Now on display: Building a Team

The last installment in the University Libraries and Special Collection's three-part sesquicentennial exhibit series looks at the history of athletics on campus. View the exhibit on the third floor of the Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center until October 2024.

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Photograph of the 1899 Nevada women's basketball team. UNRA-P131-1.

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Wolf statues new Mackay Stadium on the Reno campus.

ScholarWolf migration news

The Libraries are busy migrating the University's institutional repository, ScholarWorks, to a new platform. We look forward to introducing the site, the newly-named ScholarWolf, to users this summer, with a full launch in Fall 2024.

Students working with materials in the Special Collections reading room.

2023 Best of the Best

This past year the University Libraries has made great strides in supporting the University of Nevada, Reno’s students, faculty, and staff. We also directly supported the University’s mission and goals.

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Luka Starmer recording the 7mm in 360 video.

Nevada Museum of Art, Libraries partnership: A 360-degree view of Seven Magic Mountains

Libraries technologist to give Nevada Museum of Art “Art Bite” talk on Seven Magic Mountains VR project June 21, Noon at Museum

John Ralston sits next to Francisco Aguliar on stage at the Democracy at a Crossroads event with couches on stage and signage about the Atlantic and the event behind them.

Publication 'The Atlantic' gifts complimentary access to University community

Following the ‘Democracy at a Crossroads’ event, students, faculty and staff can access the publication through the University Libraries

President Brian Sandoval sits next to Catherine Cardwell in a podcasting studio. Both people hold their hands in the wolf sign.

Sagebrushers season 2 ep. 19: Dean of University Libraries Catherine Cardwell

The dean shares the impact of our learning libraries as well as how University Libraries are supporting students, researchers and the community

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