Lathrop Library; HighWire Press, Inc.; Governor Jerry Brown
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ReMix: The Stanford University Libraries Newsletter
    June 2014 – Issue 77

New Lathrop Library to Host Meyer's Services

Lathrop Library, Second Floor
The new Lathrop Library, named for Jane Lathrop Stanford, is currently being renovated to replace Meyer Library, which will be closed for the 2014-15 academic year and is scheduled to be demolished the following summer. The new facility will be located in the former Graduate School of Business (GSB) South Building, adjacent to Memorial Auditorium.

HighWire Press Receives Growth Equity Investment
from Accel-KKR

HighWire Press Logo
HighWire Press announced last month that it has received a significant equity investment to support its strategic growth from Accel-KKR, a leading technology-focused private equity firm. The new partnership enables HighWire to further its investment in strategic initiatives and digital innovations in Internet-based publishing.

Governor Jerry Brown
in Conversation with Stanford Faculty

Governor Jerry Brown in Conversation with Stanford Faculty, photo credit: Sonia Lee/SUL
We are pleased to share with ReMix readers a summary and several photographs of Governor Jerry Brown’s recent discussion with Stanford faculty about “The Nuclear Menace.” The event took place in Green Library’s Bender Room, filled to capacity with nearly two hundred guests.

News & Views

De-Stress Fest, photo credit: Ian Terpin / University Communications
De-Stress Fest ... Saroyan Writing Prize Shortlist ... Latvian Cultural Evening ... French Opera and Ballet Libretti ... The Future of Reading ... Video Capsule ... and other news.

Exhibits & Events

After Hours
Creative people are everywhere, including in the library, as demonstrated by the exhibit “After Hours: Creative Pursuits of Stanford University Libraries Staff,” on display in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda of Green Library. Join us for the opening reception on June 26, 4:00 to 6:00 pm.


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