HAC Book Night 2017 lets students vote for book and film prize package


It’s amazing to think that Trine University is in the home stretch of the spring semester, but it’s that time of year once again. With the semester over halfway done, it’s time to start asking a very important question: What will I be reading over the summer?

If the answer to that question isn’t clear, then Trine HAC has an event to fill every book lover’s needs! For the fourth year in a row, the LINK in the University Center will be hosting the Trine HAC Book Night. For those who have collected a few too many books recently, donations for Book Night can be made through the 20 of April at any of several drop-off locations.

Book Night itself will be held on April 27 from 5 pm – 9 pm. In addition to being able to pick from a selection of free books, a prize pack will be given away to the winner of a random drawing of those who have come to participate for the evening. When done selecting free books and entering the drawing, attendees will also have the opportunity to listen to a number of poetry and short story readings performed by Trine students from Professor Lou Ann Homan’s public speaking class. Those performances will begin at 6 pm and continue throughout the evening.

The prize pack will be chosen through student and community voting from one of the five following options. The pack that gets the most votes by April 22 will be given away in the drawing. You can vote via the form below.

For those interested, books can be donated at any of the following locations on campus:

  • Shambaugh Hall, first floor office suite
  • Taylor Hall, second floor office suite
  • Ford Hall, second floor student lounge
  • Fawick Hall, leftmost entrance near the magazine rack
  • The LINK, by entrance, near Writing Center, and by the circulation desk on the second floor
  • Best Hall, on the first floor outside of Emily Chancellor’s office
  • The Bean Counter

Off campus, books can also be donated at:

  • Cahoots
  • Brokaw Movie Theatre
  • Great Lakes Chocolate and Coffee
  • First United Congregational Church of Christ
  • Calvary Lutheran Church
  • Carnegie Public Library

About Author


Alexis DeLancey-Christiansen is a dual major in English and Communication.