In case you were unable to attend last week’s first Science Study Break of the spring (or if you just want to extend the Valentine’s Day theme a bit longer), check out the video of Sheril Kirshenbaum‘s presentation on the Science of Kissing now available on the university’s YouTube Channel.
There’s always something going on around the UT campus, but there are certain organizations to whose calendar I tend to pay particular heed.
Our friends at the Harry Ransom Center are opening their newest exhibition today, and it promises to get a rave from the critics.
“Making Movies” will draw on the significant film holdings of the Ransom Center to examine the creative process in filmmaking. Continue reading Ransom Center opens “Making Movies”
There are no more excuses to be made for not getting knee-deep into the Libraries’ music collections.
The Fine Arts Library (FAL) has officially launched a retrieval service for its combined collection of audiovisual materials. Now users can have CDs, DVDs and other media shipped to the most convenient library branch for pick-up in around a couple of days.
I happened to be working with our Social Work & Government Librarian, PG Moreno for an article in our print newsletter, when I noticed that he had a box set of Stax/Volt Records singles on his desk, and I immediately became covetous. Continue reading Coming soon to a library near you…