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Is Rush Rhees haunted? Maybe, Scare Fair organizer says

Friday was Rush Rhees' 25th annual Scare Fair. Read about the fair's origins and the spooky myths surrounding it.

The Tale of the Hunchback of Rush Rhees

He’d never even eaten a Pringle before.

COVID-19 forces UR’s study spaces to innovate

In the face of COVID-19, the River Campus Library staff has been able to see COVID-19 not as a roadblock, but as a call for innovation.

In defense of Gleason Library

There are a lot of elements that make Gleason great, so let’s take them one by one. 

From the Archives: The mystery of the Rush Rhees ghost

Further sightings were reported, like Bob Weiss’ first-person account in the Campus: “He’s come back! The restless spirit of Pete Nicosia has again been seen in the library.”

Rare Books galleries a treasure

The display cases of Friedlander Lobby are the most immediately noticeable of the exhibits presented by Rare Books, which include cases in the Great Hall of Rush Rhees and the principal exhibit within the department just adjacent to the Great Hall.

Robbins Library, a hidden gem within Rush Rhees

On the fourth floor of the building, the library boasts one of the  largest repositories of medieval literature in North America, encompassing Medieval literature all works written in Europe from the fifth to 15th centuries.

RCL pop-up programs seek to bring students into the fold

Pop-ups from the fall semester included a dance performance by a senior student and an exhibit of AIDS education posters.

Students question planned iZone

With the construction of the Barbara J. Burger iZone slated for May, students who attended last Tuesday’s River Campus Libraries (RCL) Forum questioned the new space’s practicality.

Thousands of books remain unread

Thousands of unread books lie in the stacks of Rush Rhees—what is to be done?