Stories will haunt students
Are you looking for something to satisfy your inner thrill-seeker and your inner Davidson nerd this Halloween? If you answered yes to either of these (or both), come to the library tonight (Wednesday, October 30) at 8 p.m. for the Fifth Annual Ghosts in the Library storytelling event.
At this spooky event, you will have the opportunity to gather around in the spookily decorated Rare Book Room (located in the back left corner of the second floor) to listen to local storytellers, faculty, and students tell their favorite college ghost stories. This year's presenters include Nancy Fairley, Derek Marsh '14, and Clara Nguyen.
In previous years, the ghost stories highlighted popular tales that took place in North Carolina. This year, however, the speakers are focusing on stories set within the college, so students will hopefully get an even bigger scare!
At the end of the night, enjoy special homemade desserts in the main atrium made by library staff-no food in the Rare Book Room, of course! "All treats and no tricks!" says outreach librarian Sharon Byrd.
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