What is Library Take Out?
Library Take Out is a programming initiative for UT campus residence halls. Librarians will come to you and provide fun and engaging programming that will allow your residents to not only become better students but citizens as well.
TO SCHEDULE AN EVENT Email Alex Boris, firstname.lastname@example.org or Sarah Johnson, email@example.com.
What do we offer?
Our programs are designed with the residents in mind! Please, email us for access to our offerings. Here is a list of the current program options:
- Haunted History Tour – see the hot spots on campus! (Limited space and offerings on Oct. 26 & 27. Registration form coming soon!)
- Paint a Pot, Plant a Seed kits – relax and grow!
**All events are subject to change.**
- Virtual Interactive Mystery Game – Solve a Case with Sherlock and Watson!
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