Category Archives: Feature Items

It’s National Pumpkin Month!

October is National Pumpkin Month! If you are not sick of pumpkin flavored everything by now, how about you try your hand at a few pumpkin recipes from the stacks here at Special Collections and University Archives. Recipe 1 – Pompkin If you are … Continue reading

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It’s National Pumpkin Month!

October is National Pumpkin Month! If you are not sick of pumpkin flavored everything by now, how about you try your hand at a few pumpkin recipes from the stacks here at Special Collections and University Archives. Recipe 1 – Pompkin If you are … Continue reading

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Change in Operations

August 2021 Update: Beginning August 9, 2021, Special Collections and University Archives will be open Monday-Friday from 8am to 5pm Appointments will not be required, but strongly encouraged (**see below) Appointments can be made by visiting the … Continue reading

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Change in Operations

August 2021 Update: Beginning August 9, 2021, Special Collections and University Archives will be open Monday-Friday from 8am to 5pm Appointments will not be required, but strongly encouraged (**see below) Appointments can be made by visiting the … Continue reading

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The Loch Ness Monster: Exploitation of Myth or Happy Coincidence? And Does It Matter?

Not quite a year ago, I took a call at the SCUA reference desk from Dr. Henry H. Bauer, Emeritus Professor of Chemistry and Science Studies and Emeritus Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences here at Virginia Tech. Dr. Bauer had been contacted not lo… Continue reading

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Altered Images and Words: A Call for Creative Submissions

Make an animation. Make a gif. Make a collage. Write some microfiction. Write a poem. Get out your digital black-out marker to create some redacted poetry. Make something entirely unique that was inspired by an image or string of text. Remix and stretc… Continue reading

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