A spooktacular time had by all
Thirty-one students, faculty and special guests read from J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone on Halloween for Cover2Cover in the Reading Commons.
“The most satisfying part of the event was the clear sense of joy from our readers and audience members,” said Dr. Todd Womble (’08), assistant professor of language and literature. “I’m thrilled that our Cover2Cover event was an avenue through which so many people on campus were able to rediscover the special joy that is unique to reading literature.”
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Pictured above: Shan (Pamplin ’86) Martinez, Director of Technical Services