The fall 2012 Ezra, Cornell’s quarterly news magazine, looks at how a visit to a Cornell library, in person or online, provides a level of customization that would have been unthinkable half a century ago, when the massive card catalog ruled and students filled out carbon-copied punch cards to request items. It also examines how the library’s rich collections and expert staff inspire research and teaching, on campus and around the world.
Also in this issue: New views of Klarman Hall’s planned design, the Cornell NYC Tech campus is ramping up with academic programming and key hires, an update on the Cornell Now campaign, a look at how the Tatkon Center is a hub of support for first-year students, Cornell marks Ithaca Silent Movie Month, the Morrill Land Grant Act turns 150, and faculty legends Alexander de Lahunta and Flora Rose.
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- Joe Wilensky