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Game Night @ the Library

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Faculty/Staff Game Night @ the Library

Come to the second floor of the Courtright Memorial Library on July 11th, 4pm-6pm, and join us for a game night!  We’ll be teaching three games to anyone who wishes to learn them (Dixit; Ticket to Ride; Tsuro), and the rest of our game collection will be out and ready for play.  Pizza and drinks will be served; bring your friends and family!  Have a game from home you want to play?  No problem!  Feel free to bring your own.  At the end of the event, a drawing will be held and you could walk away with some games for your own collection!

If you are interested in attending, please email Kirsten ( to let her know so she can get enough pizza for everyone!

Summer Book Discussion

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Please join us for a summer book discussion on The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas!

July 17th, 2018 7:00-8:00pm at the Courtright Memorial Library

Discussion will be led by Vashitta Johnson

The book discussion is open to anyone, but is especially for faculty, staff, and community members.  Another book discussion group will occur in the fall, which will focus on students.  Please read The Hate U Give in advance of the discussion, and come prepared to talk!  

Author Angie Thomas will be visiting Westerville in September as part of Westerville Public Library's Visiting Authors program.  You can learn more about how to get tickets to this event here:


More about Vashitta Johnson, Discussion Leader: Vashitta Johnson is from Warren, Ohio where she started her political and organizing experience in 2001 before she was even old enough to vote. She graduated from Kent State University with a bachelor’s in Business Administration and later obtained a MBA w/ a specialization in International Business. Vashitta’s career has ranged from political activism to public policy and legislation. She has a short term goal of running for office and a long term goal of becoming a philanthropist dedicated to fighting poverty and social injustices. More importantly, Vashitta is a mother. She has a beautiful 7 year old daughter and 4 year old son. Family is important to her and comes first before anything else. Outside of family and her career, Vashitta enjoys reading, working out, and politics.


Summer BLISS


Gardening: A BLISS Panel Discussion

On Wednesday, July 25th at 12pm in LIB 118, three experts will be discussing the type of gardening they do, and how you can do it too.  We will be joined by Stacey Rusterholz of Otterbein to discuss Otterbein’s community garden; Molly Watson of Watson Acres will discuss flower farming; and Dr. Mark Miller of the Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens will talk about container gardening.  At the end of the session, a drawing will occur for some gardening items!  If you have any particular questions you want the panelists to answer or you’re interested in attending, please email Kirsten (

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