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The quest to learn the truth behind the murder of Archbishop Oscar Romero
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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer began life as a promotional campaign for a department store
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A look back at a little-known Duke tradition
Even during winter break, you can stream movies, music, download eBooks, and more
Yes, you read that right. Puppies. In Perkins.
Our librarians selected 100 holiday films for your holiday cheer and diversion
Recommended reads from our New & Noteworthy and Contemporary Literature collections
The story behind one of the most famous advertising campaigns of the 20th century
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If you missed our Q&A session on copyright, open resources, and fair use, check out this recap
Pulling off the Nasher’s “A Portrait of Venice” exhibit required help from several corners at Duke, including the Libraries
New images on display in the Trent History of Medicine Room
Stewart did remarkable detective work on centuries-old items in the Rubenstein Library
New books by Duke faculty and staff are dropping like the leaves.