David Tidmarsh
For residential college libraries, each unto their own

Sam Schoenburg ’11 is not like most Yale students in at least one way: he enjoys reading books he finds in the residential college libraries. […]

Former provost appointed Univ. librarian

Following the departure of former University Librarian Alice Prochaska last semester, the University has appointed her replacement for the next five years: Frank Turner GRD […]

Committee to review Gmail

Now that Yale’s move to Google-provided student e-mail has been postponed, Information Technology Services has referred the proposal to a committee to evaluate it and […]

ITS delays switch to Gmail

The changeover to Google as Yale’s e-mail provider has been put on hold. Information Technology Services has decided to postpone the University’s move from the […]

Retrieving SML’s long-lost books

Amid the narrow, crowded stacks of Sterling Memorial Library, millions of books sit inert, untouched by library patrons for years. But a small handful of […]

Gmail move gets praise

Students and faculty are generally enthusiastic about University’s upcoming switch from Horde to Gmail webmail. “I’m very excited to see how it turns out,” said […]

Google to run Yale e-mail

The Horde e-mail server will soon be replaced by a new Google interface, custom-designed for Yale. Information Technology Services administrators plan to join with Google […]

Myths abound about Beinecke

Since its opening in 1963, the marble exterior of Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library has kept hidden Yale’s most obscure texts and invited the […]

A worldwide search for Yale’s rare books

Of the items she has obtained for Yale’s library, Dorothy Woodson is most fond of a set of campaign T-shirts for South African president Jacob […]

What will ‘Yufind’ that Orbis can’t?

What do you find when you turn on one of the computers in Bass Library? As of this semester, not Orbis, but Yufind. Yufind — […]

University expands computing facilities

Next month, the Astronomy Department will begin using a new telescope camera that stores a terabyte — 1000 gigabytes — of images per day on […]