Mullins Library Hosts The Un-Quiet on Friday, Nov. 22
The campus community is invited to join the University Libraries for a once-in-a-lifetime event Friday, Nov. 22. The Un-Quiet is a celebration to say farewell to the nearly empty and cavernous Levels 3 and 4 of 1968 Mullins Library before they are closed for renovation.
Beginning at 6 p.m. — when Mullins Library would typically close — the campus community is invited to come make some noise in the usually-quiet spaces. The Un-Quiet will feature musical performances by The FayetteTones, the World Music Ensemble, two ukulele players from Theatre, dance music by DJ Sparkles, pop-up art exhibits, open range bowling, graffiti tagging, Magic the Gathering and Dungeons and Dragons hosted by the Tabletop Gaming Club, a screening of the movie The Matrix, snacks and MORE.
Come make some memories and secure future bragging rights to tell your grandkids, "I remember when..."
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