Alfred University Libraries will host the last Team Trivia Night of the semester Saturday, April 15th from 8 to 10 p.m. in Herrick’s Bookend Lounge.
Returning as host of Team Trivia Night is DJ Mike Allen of Elmira. His trivia questions cover a broad range of topics such as current events, sports, geography, and history. He intersperses his trivia questions with pop music, making for an enjoyable evening for those participating.
Groups are welcome to come to compete as a team; individuals are also welcome to play either solo or to join others to compete for the prizes awarded to the top teams.
Pizza and soft drinks along with milk and cookies will be provided, free of charge, to all participants.
Congratulations to Knox VanRenselaar for being named 2023 Marlin Miller Outstanding Senior! VanRenselaar worked at Scholes Library for more than three years, first as circulation desk assistant, then as a circulation desk student supervisor.
Congratulations as well to fellow award winner, Owen Nelson.
While working at Scholes Library VanRenselaar spearheaded the initiative to create two satellite food pantries in Herrick and Scholes Library increasing the reach of the primary food pantry location in the Judson leadership Center.
From Amsterdam, NY, VanRenselaar is a double major who earned bachelor’s degrees in history and theater in December 2022. They are pursuing a master’s degree in philosophy and social policy from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
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