Monthly Archives: November 2017

Being SCARC’s Lead Student Archivist

Hi!  I’m Anna and I am SCARC’s Lead Student Archivist. I’ve had the pleasure of working in SCARC for almost three years, which have exposed to me to new ways to use my history of science background and just might … Continue reading

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New on Rare @ OSU

Have you checked out our rare book blog recently?  Our student archivist Ethan is highlighting some of our unique collections!  His recent posts include: Papers for Peace: Vietnam, Linus Pauling, and Thích Nhất Hạnh’s Burning Lotus The 1906 San Francisco … Continue reading

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Processing the Olympia Brewery Library Collection

Post contributed by Jalen Todd, SCARC Student Archivist Every day is leg day when you work in the archives. Forget hitting the gym and lifting weights, I’ll probably have arms capable of wrestling a bear by the time I’m done … Continue reading

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Linus Pauling’s College Years

Post contributed by Kenzie Ross, Student Archivist Recently, I spent time researching and writing about Oregon Agricultural College in the year 1917, Linus Pauling’s first year of college. Aside from a surface interest in University history (it’s always fun to … Continue reading

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