Library dance parties

December 15, 2010 at 5:01 pm Leave a comment

Several institutions of higher learning offer (or suffer) library dance parties during exam week. Oberlin College’s five-minute dance breaks recently got some NPR coverage; this video shows a sampling (sans music) at about 1:07 and forward. The University of Montana, Allegheny College, the University of North Carolina-Wilmington, the College of Charleston, the University of Virginia, the University of Miami, and many others also host (deliberately or not) dance parties small and large. Thanks, Carol Dickerson, Ray English, and others!

Entry filed under: academic libraries, perpetrated by staff, perpetrated by students or patrons, video.

Surprise dance at the UNL library Jus Reign The Library Study Song

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