Karamu House, the nation’s oldest African American producing theatre and cultural arts center, is donating its archives to Kelvin Smith Library for preservation and to make its historical treasures accessible to the public for education, research and general interest.
President Eric Kaler and Provost Ben Vinson III announced the appointment of Emory University's dean and librarian Yolanda Cooper as Kelvin Smith Library's new Vice Provost and Lindseth Family University Librarian beginning January 1, 2022. Cooper will succeed Arnold Hirshon, who has served in this position for the last eleven years and will retire at the end of December 2021.
For more information, please read the article in The Daily.
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Historic Karamu House donates archives to Kelvin Smith Library
KSL Hours Extended for Midterms
KSL's hours have been extended to 2 am for midterms beginning Monday, October 11 - Friday, October 15 for all current CWRU ID holders.
Go here for more information on extended hours and fall break hours.
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month!
Stop by Kelvin Smith Library's Art Gallery located on the first floor near Cramelot Cafe and view an exceptional exhibit from seven artists within the Cleveland Community that reflects on the diverse Hispanic identity through their art.
This year's Hispanic Heritage…