Did you know Chattanooga State has a book club? ChattState Reads meets throughout the semester discussing different chapters and aspects of a selected book. In addition to lively debate, participants get to share tasty treats and meet other literary-obsessed students. Michele Hough (along with Brittney Davidson, Ann Nicodemi, Scott Seagle, and Carolyn Miller) hosts these events throughout the semester. Michele is spreading the word about ChattState Reads and answered a few questions for KLIC readers interested in joining.
1. What is ChattState Reads?
ChattState Reads is a book club designed to foster reading for pleasure at Chattanooga State. This club is open to students, faculty, and staff.
2. How do you become a member?
You don't need to be a member to join the book club. You just have to read, then come and talk about the book. And have fun and eat snacks!
3. Why should students attend?
Students should attend to become involved with their school community and meet people on campus. ChattState Reads is a good way to meet new people who share the same interests as you.
4. How can students find out more information?
Email me at Michele.Hough@chattanoogastate.edu or go to our Facebook page.
ChattState Reads meets throughout the semester in the library's Mobile Classroom from 12-1 on the following dates:
Bring your lunch and ChattState Reads provides a sweet treat!