One Friday evening four times a semester from 6 p.m.–11 p.m. Briggs Library invites students to have some fun at Game Night where a wide assortment board games and card games are made available. Examples include Betrayal at House on the Hill, Magic the Gathering, Ticket to Ride, Dixit, Cards Against Humanity, Telestrations, Firefly, Last Night on Earth, Quelf, Smash Up, Codenames, Exploding Kittens, Lost Cities, Cash and Guns, and many others. Role players are welcome. If you have a game of your own feel free to bring it! Librarians are on hand and the circulation desk is always open throughout the evening. Those wanting to study are invited to take advantage of the extended hours and refreshments. The circulation desk is open throughout the evening.
Fall Semester 2020 Schedule
Due to social distancing constraints Briggs Library will hold several virtual Game Nights fall semester.
Friday, August 28 Virtual Trivia Night 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.
Go to our news story for more information and the Zoom link.
Frequently the library collaborates with organizations on campus. Past examples include College Bowl, the Doctor Who Society, the Croquet Club, the Physics Club, the Asian Student Association, CNIA, Morris Gladiators, Breakfast For Dinner, Sports Team, and the Magic the Gathering club. If your organization is interesting in co-sponsoring a Game Night please contact Peter Bremer.
Oh the humanity! Don't want to wait until the next Game Night to roll the dice? Check out our most popular tabletop games from our circulating game collection and take one home.