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The Frank Lee Miller Journalism Library

Posted by Allie Spillyards on September 12, 2008

For two hours on Friday afternoon faculty and alumni authors filtered in and out of the Frank Lee Miller Journalism Library. They came to meet and mingle with their peers, and to enjoy refreshments and conversation in the newly furnished Library. Many seemed disappointed to find that their books were not in the Library because they are temporarily being displayed in the school bookstore for the centennial event. 

The Library, the oldest of its kind, has been moved to and refurnished in the new Reynolds Journalism Institute. The two story library provides faculty, staff, and students alike with advanced technological resources. The Library provides access to iMAC’s, laptops, scanners, printers, iPod Touches, and video equipment. Space is efficiently used with privacy screens in the study areas, conference rooms, and moveable stacks. Collections of newspapers and magazines fill the shelves of the Library. 

With the Library’s move from a basement to this new and prominent home, it is hoped that faculty, staff, and students will use the Library as a more welcoming place to study and work.

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