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The battle of the books: electronic vs. physical

    The battle of the books: electronic vs. physical

Electronic books are becoming much too popular among readers of all ages as technology advances and print books become seemingly obsolete to much of the world. But are you even

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With rise of technology, libraries are becoming a thing of the past

    With rise of technology, libraries are becoming a thing of the past

Libraries have been around forever. The world’s oldest known library was founded in the seventh century B.C. Libraries were first used to house religious text, but as centuries have gone

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UNT Libraries host makerspace kickoff for students and faculty

Steven James / Staff Writer Nearly 60 people attended UNT Libraries’ The Factory Kickoff Event in Willis 140, which showcased new technological equipment for students and faculty Monday afternoon. People

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Changes at Willis Library to give students more resources

    Changes at Willis Library to give students more resources

Steven James / Staff Writer In its efforts to give students more study resources on campus, Willis Library is moving the collections out of the second floor and installing study

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Bearded UNT librarian becomes face of helpful trend

    Bearded UNT librarian becomes face of helpful trend

Javier Navarro // Staff Writer Perhaps it’s his graying beard, his thick-rimmed glasses or the thin southern twang in his voice

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Libraries call for entries into artistic book competition

    Libraries call for entries into artistic book competition

Michelle Tendai Bushe / Intern Writer UNT Libraries announced a call for artist book entries for the bi-annual Artists’ Book

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Library to host LGBT archives exhibit

    Library to host LGBT archives exhibit

Hasan Waheedi / Intern Writer UNT Libraries is scheduled to present a historic collection of archives and items from the

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Human Library turns page on tolerance

    Human Library turns page on tolerance

Margaret Saucedo / Intern UNT Libraries and the Multicultural Center will collaboratively host the second Human Library event today and

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