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:

— Postcards to Campus community art project inspires creativity and connection

— The Valley Library is going solar

— A student employee talks about working during the COVID-19 pandemic and creating masks for healthcare workers

— Creating safe study spaces during the pandemic

— Students and faculty tell us how important our libraries really are

— OSU Press celebrates 60 years with selected books on sale

— African American activist in Portland has new memoir published by OSU Press

— 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 - July 16, 2021