Week in Review: Speakeasy Edition

We had a couple of our favorite events in the library this week, dear readers, both which center around our love of books, poetry, and food!

Wednesday we had our monthly Book Club, where the brownies were ooey-gooey and the apple cider was nice and hot—and, you know, we all talked about the awesome books we’ve read since the last meeting.

Friday during lunch we had the biannual Glass Knife Speakeasy. Students and faculty read their favorite poems; Gabi read a couple of rad original pieces, and Brandy shared a beautiful poem (that she memorized!) called “The African Child Will Dance,” and Diego sang a song accompanied by guitar. The vibes were groovy, and everyone enjoyed themselves with plates full of cookies, cheese, and fancy breads. We’ll have another Speakeasy at the end of February/beginning of March, so be sure to catch it!

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