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Celebration and citations
Published Jan 15, 2016
As Wikipedia turns 15, JHU librarians offer gift of reliable information
Rare books on the brain
Published Nov 2013
New Peabody Library exhibition 'The Dawn of Neurosurgery' chronicles birth, evolution of surgical specialization / Gazette
In memoriam
Philanthropist, trustee 'Champ' Sheridan dies at 83
Published Aug 8, 2013
1952 Johns Hopkins graduate was a major supporter of university's libraries
Book keepers
Published May 2013
Johns Hopkins book collecting contest lets students showcase what interests them / Gazette
Four questions
Reference archivist James Stimpert
Published Nov 2012
What keeps him up at night? Making sure today's documentation can be accessed in the 23rd century, for one / Gazette
An uncommon library
Published Sept 2012 Video Photos
New Brody Learning Commons was designed with students in mind, from funky foam chairs to abundant natural light / Gazette
Bibliotheca fictiva
Published Fall 2012
Johns Hopkins just acquired a massive collection of books and manuscripts—every last one of them fake. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Study hall
Published Fall 2012 Video
The newly opened Brody Learning Commons provides 42,000 square feet of study space and lots of natural light / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Illuminating Manuscript
Published Spring 2012
A rare 15th-century illuminated manuscript in the Peabody Library's collection was presumed lost for decades; and then it mysteriously turned up in the mail / Johns Hopkins Magazine