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Banned Books Week - Thank you!

Our events for Banned Books Week at the USF Poly Library wrapped yesterday with a successful film festival. Pictures are on the Library’s Facebook and Flickr‘s pages.

We would like to thank all of those who have volunteered their time and efforts to make our events a success:

Our readers for the Read Out!

  • Kim Mitchell -Twilight
  • Amy Van Middlesworth – The Bible
  • Dr. Cynthia Patterson – The Virgin and the Gipsy
  • Penne Williams – The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
  • Biray Alsac – Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
  • David Steele – Animal Farm
  • Janette McDonald – The Starplace
  • Kim Skinner – Twilight
  • Catherine Lavallée-Welch -The Qur’an
  • Dr. Smita Mathur – It’s So Amazing
  • Dr. Shaun Slattery – Fahrenheit 451
  • Dr. Melinda Turnley – Catcher in the Rye
  • Nathan Schreffler – Fat Kid Rules the World
  • Stacy Lung – Fahrenheit 451

Thank you to Dr. Ruth Sylvester, who led the Book Discussion on “And Tango Makes Three”.

Thank you to Lisa Zilinski, who led the discussion for “Fahrenheit 451″, and to Dr. John Lennon, who led the discussion for “Good Night, and Good Luck”, during the during the First Amendment Film Festival.

Thank you to SGA for providing us with refreshments.

Thank you to the students, staff and faculty members who stopped by, listened, watched and discussed with us.

And thank you to Lisa Zilinski, Business Librarian, and Library Assistants Bradley Hoftstetter and Sarah Taylor, for the planning, organization and smooth running of the events.

Celebrate your freedom to read and think all year!

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