Ever wonder how beer was made in 1838? Or, what a prayer roll from the 15th century looks like? You can find out this and more when you visit our digitized collections. Take a scroll through historically significant items from photographs and artwork to diaries and manuscripts.
"10 Streets that Changed America" is the national PBS show partly researched and filmed in Kalamazoo. Regional History Curator, Lynn Houghton and the historical materials at the Zhang Legacy Collections Center regional history collections help tell the story of Kalamazoo's leadership in downtown development for the PBS show.
Coming to Waldo Library: Graduate Student Commons A large space is being designed for graduate student needs on the third floor of Waldo. Coming later this summer is a great new graduate collaboration, study and meeting space.
The New York Times digital edition will continue to be provided to members of the WMU community by University Libraries through June 2021. New to WMU? Sign up for your access, free through the Libraries.
If you are driving to Waldo Library this summer, please be aware of construction directly in front of Waldo on the Arcadia Loop curve. The parking lot behind the library is available but restricted (Lot 28). There are four meters there that take quarters.