The CVGA has now been serving students, faculty, staff and the public for over eight years. From its founding to today, the CVGA has attracted press attention for its unique service. In honor of U-M’s 200th anniversary, we’d like to highlight the CVGA’s growth through a sampling of press articles as well as memories from our own blog.
Posts by Valerie Lynn Waldron
Since this month is Women's History Month, we'd like to bring your attention to two new book displays that highlight this theme. The first showcases books from the Art, Architecture & Engineering Library stacks. The second showcases specifically graphic novels from the same collection.
We have two new book displays in the 2nd floor lobby area of the Duderstadt Center. The first exhibit commemorates Black History Month, which is being celebrated all over campus this month. It showcases moments related to African American art, theater, music and more. The second exhibit commemorates Valentine's Day by highlighting the comics in our collection about love and romance.
We have a couple of new book displays available for your perusal on the second floor of the Duderstadt Center in the lobby.
Now that 2016 has passed, it can be interesting to look back at which games were most popular over the course of the year.
If you’re familiar with the video gaming community you may know that Final Fantasy XV came out yesterday, 10 years after the announcement was first made. What you may not know is that we here at the CVGA have many of the original games in the series.
Since November is Native American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month, we thought we'd take the opportunity to highlight some of the art and architecture resources in our collection related to these cultures.
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