Following a ‘spectacular’ restoration, a treasured Yale landmark reopens to the public

The nave in Yale University’s Sterling Memorial Library reopened to the public on Monday, Aug. 25, marking the completion of a major restoration project that has returned the nave to its original architectural splendor and brought about improvements that will better serve the needs of library users in the 21st century.
Susan Gibbons, University Librarian, talks about the role that the library plays in the life of the university; in what ways the recent renovations to the library will provide better access to Yale’s collections; and what aspects of the library will likely stay the same.
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