Each April hosts Delaware Day. A celebration of what is unique about the Delaware Campus! It highlights the uniqueness of the campus--current students, prospective students, student's families, faculty, staff and the local community.
April is National Poetry Month! Join Columbus State Library as we celebrate poetry.
Each fall, the Libraries host Constitution Day and provides attendees with information about the constitution and voting.
Celebrate Banned Books Week October 1st through 7th with Columbus State Library.
Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15, by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America.
November is National Native American Heritage Month
The Columbus State Library hosted a transcribe-a-thon in tandem with colleges and organizations across the country in an effort to transcribe 8,731 scanned pages of Douglass's correspondence that are held in the Library of Congress' collections.
The 25th Annual Poets in Black event is February 23rd, 2023. Please join us in this collaborative experience as we lift our voices and share in poetry. Featuring Barbara Fant!
The Library is sponsoring a group discussion of the book The Magic Fish by Trung Le Nguyen. Check out all the events For March 28th-30th, 2023 on the Library's Cougar Connect Page.
The Columbus State Library's COBAA collection on the 2nd floor of the library features books by Ohio authors and books recognized by Ohio-based book award programs.
Wil Haygood came to Columbus State in September of 2018 to talk about his latest book, Tigerland, 1968-1969: A City Divided, A Nation Torn Apart, and a Magical Season of Healing.
The Courageous Conversations series, held in March of 2018, was a college-wide initiative focused on empowering women.
Over the years, fourth graders at Woodward Elementary learn about good research techniques with this unique guide about Bigfoot Hunting.
Librarians led Woodward Elementary 4th graders on a quest to decide if aliens are real! They worked through this question by learning how to tell good from bad information sources.
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