Celebrating National Library Week at GU-Appleton

Students at the Globe University-Appleton campus were treated to cupcakes and “bookworms” during National Library Week, which took place April 13-17. Many activities took place on campus that students and faculty could interactively participate in.

Librarian Michelle Karbon wanted to make sure students were aware of the many advantages of a library, whether it be public or academic, by hosting activities and displaying faculty/staff book recommendations. She also held a donation drive for C.O.T.S. of Appleton, a local homeless shelter.

One of the activities around campus was interactive poster boards with various literary questions. One question asked: “What do you think about when you hear the word library?” The answers were varied and included answers such as “an escape!”, “a lot of knowledge”, and “perfect place to study.”

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