books

Christie ’80 delves into history of printing

By MATTHEW STEIN – 6 years ago

Courtesy of Alix Christie Our days are filled with books, whether we’re curled up with one before going to bed or groaning at the 300 pages of reading we’ve left…

Library showcases noteble, rare books on architecture

By JAKE SOLOMON – 8 years ago

The Art Library’s latest exhibit, “The Architect’s Library,” offers a glimpse into the minds and inspiration of world-renowned architects. “The Architect’s Library” is a collection of books that have helped…

Selling back textbooks a market in flux

By MARIE SOLIS AND ELOY BLEIFUSS PRADOS – 8 years ago

One of the greatest strains on students’ wallets occurs at the beginning of every semester when they have to buy books. More devastating, perhaps, is the moment when students attempt…

Special Collections to exhibit historic Bible

By JOHN PLOTZ – 8 years ago

Celebrated calligrapher Donald Jackson will come to Vassar on April 20 as the 2013 Curtis Lecture speaker for his work as the artistic director of “The St. John’s Bible.” The…