SUNY Cortland Receives $4583 Technology and Digitization Grant from SCRLC

The South Central Regional Library Council (SCRLC) has awarded a Technology and Digitization Grant of $4583 to SUNY Cortland’s Memorial Library for the digitization of its student newspapers. This round of digitization will include The Co-No Press from 1925 through 1942 and The Dragon Chronicle from 2013 through 2017. Once digitization is complete they will be freely found at the New York State Historic Newspapers site at along with newspapers from the early 1940s through 2013 that were previously digitized in 2017.

SCRLC’s Technology and Digitization Grants are funded as part of the Regional Bibliographic Data Bases and Interlibrary Resources Sharing (RBDB) Program.


Art in the Library

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During 2014-2015, Memorial Library’s Delta collection relocated from the second floor to the third floor. This left the second floor with bare walls that needed a fresh coat of paint and something to showcase. A small group of library staff members met with representatives of the Dowd Gallery to discuss ideas. They formed a partnership, and decided on a rotating display of student artists’ works in varied media to fill those bare walls. The student artists represent the diversity of all three schools on campus.

The library invites campus faculty, staff and students to visit the second floor of the library. Come and appreciate the artist in our students.

On left, ceramic art piece entitled Head in the Clouds. On right oil painting entitled Complementary Contrast Still Life.

(Left) Head in the Clouds, 2018. Ceramic.
Mike Morris, Second-Year Student, Graphic Design & Digital Media
(Right) Complementary Contrast Still Life, 2018. Oil Paint.
Anna Brasted
First-Year Student
Studio Art

Piece of aluminum art entitled Hatchet depicting forest scene

Hatchet, 2017. Aluminum.
Weikang Jia, Fourth-Year Student, Sport Management

Cotton & polypropylene weaving piece of art entitled Here Comes the Fuzz

Here Comes the Fuzz, 2017. Cotton & Polypropylene Weaving.
Hayley Truay, Third-Year Student, Art History

Reporting from Memorial Library: Lori Backus & Debra Whitney

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