The Messenger magazine, which OSU Libraries and Press publishes twice a year, has a new issue available. The magazine highlights the accomplishments and ongoing efforts of the Libraries and Press. Here are some of the stories that you’ll find inside the new issue:

— Beavers Read project offers book recommendations to OSU faculty, staff and students

— Wikipedia editathon fills in gaps in African American history

— OSU librarian experiences Czech academics and culture as a Fulbright scholar

— The winner of the library’s Kathryn Kenyon Award, Yijun Shen, talks about how working at the library has changed his life

— New book from OSU Press offers a visual dive into the history of growing hops in Oregon

— OSU’s Guin Library in Newport evolves as the life inside it changes

— Diversity Scholar at OSU Libraries attends international book fair and returns with Spanish-language children’s books for Guin Library

— Larry Landis reflects on 29 years of working in OSU archives

The Messenger is available online at https://library.oregonstate.edu/the-messenger-recent-issue. You can also access previous issues of the magazine from that webpage.

Posted - January 13, 2021