WVU Libraries is home to one of the rarest and most important book collections in the history of the English language – William Shakespeare’s Folios.
Decorate your garden with help from the Libraries' collection of botanical books.
Trace the history of comics and art.
Ken Ward Jr. is the genius journalist you don’t want investigating you
Roll over and make room, William Shakespeare and Mark Twain. The Rare Books Collection at West Virginia University Libraries is now home to one of the more mouth watering compilations on a university campus.
Shoot-em-up game Fallout 76 is driving up national interest in the Mountain State.
The outdated U.S. regulatory structure must be dismantled, say two professors.
A patient is not a number. Each is a human with a story to tell.
History doesn’t always repeat itself, says this Civil War historian.
Nearly 2,700 U.S. soldiers mobilized for World War I, which ended 100 years ago, had ties to WVU. Here's a look at some of those soldiers and letters from the war that are preserved at WVU Libraries.
When Anthony Bourdain wanted to know more about West Virginia cuisine, he visited alumnus Mike Costello’s kitchen.
The Food Justice Lab and a network of farmers are working to bring local food to local tables.
Meet Daniel McTaggart: WVU custodian by night, beat poet by day.
Next time you're on campus, take a stroll past the Art Museum and gaze in wonder at these elegant sculptures.
"Country Roads" binds the world.
Alumna Elaine McMillion Sheldon directed two documentaries in West Virginia about people who are combatting the opioid crisis and seeking recovery.
Author Catherine Venable Moore explains why it's important to remember one of the nation's worst industrial disasters that most of us don't know about.
Joanna Burt-Kinderman is a math coach...yes, a math coach. And her work has helped put schools in Pocahontas County, W.Va. on par with with the most math-proficient states in the nation.
Albert Einstein has inspired a lot of progress at WVU -- and even art.
Sometimes all it takes to solve a mystery is a Google search and a fudge shop.
This young alum is a tech entrepreneur who developed a protocol that transmits data over audio.
Some look at where we've been. We look at what's ahead. Here's what drives West Virginia forward.
The WVU College of Law is aiding in one man's quest for freedom after 20 years in prison.
We saw the educator shortage looming. It’s here now. And WVU researchers have some ideas about how to fix it.
A WVU Press book of photography shows moments in history that should be remembered.
WVU has covered new ground in changing the culture.
Poetry, prose and pulled pork have more in common than you think. Ask world barbecue champion Luke Darnell.
The historically rich West Virginia coal and petroleum industries are being preserved at the Royce J. and Caroline B. Watts Museum.