By: Hunter M. Blevins
Looking for a frightfully fantastic time during Halloween week? Maybe a spectacularly spooky way to kill some time? Come join the Frankenreads happening on campus! The Global Frankenstein First Year Seminar class is hosting a reading of Mary Shelley’s timeless classic “Frankenstein” to celebrate its bicentennial.
Each day during the week of Halloween, a group of students and faculty will be reading a section of the book and offering an assortment of activities and a downright fun time!
Listed below are the times and locations that you can join in on the fun for each day:
Monday: 3-5:30pm – Hornet Grill/Gameroom
Tuesday: 6-8:30pm – Hornet Grill/Gameroom
Wednesday: 4-6:30pm – Hornet Grill/Gameroom
Thursday: 3:30-6pm – Hornet Grill/Gameroom
Friday: 4-6:30pm – Hornet Grill/Gameroom
Just when you thought it couldn’t possibly get better, you can be a part of the event yourself! Fill out the google form below to reserve your spot as a reader and take part in this ghoulishly great event coming to campus Halloween week!
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