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Instructions for the Age of Emergency

Author Monica Byrne Opens 2018 Hall Science Fiction Lecture Series

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Exhibition of Decorated Papers

Exhibition of Decorated Papers

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Food for Fines Program Enters Fifth Year

February 7–28. Donate food items as payment for outstanding library fines.

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Second Annual Human Library

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Jeff VanderMeer – "Annihilation, Book to Film"

Cushing Memorial Library & Archives' Halbert W. Hall Speakers Series on Science Fiction and Fantasy welcomes Annihilation writer Jeff VanderMeer. Mr. VanderMeer's talk is titled "Annihilation Book to Film: Narrative Choices and Reader Interpretations" and will be presented in Rudder Theater on April 9 from 5:30-7:30 pm.

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Daryl Davis — "Klan We Talk?"

The Texas A&M University Libraries Diversity Advancement Committee will host author, musician and activist Daryl Davis on Thursday, April 10th. Davis's talk is titled "Klan We Talk" and will be presented in Evans Library Room 204E from 1 p.m.-3 p.m. A Q&A session will follow his presentation.

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Eric Solomon - "Queer Inscription and the Lexicon of Love"

Dr. Solomon to Present Research for Don Kelly Collection Fellowship

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Digitization of The Battalion

The Texas A&M University Libraries are proud to announce their Newspaper digitization project. The project is being kicked off by digitizing all issues of The Battalion held in the Libraries' collections.

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Texas A&M University Libraries Acquires Rare Texas Map

The Texas A&M University Libraries is excited to announce the acquisition a rare first edition of Stephen F. Austin's Map of Texas. The map, produced in 1830, is only one of eight known to still exist.

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