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CBU Story Time creates a chance for all CBU faculty, staff, and students to gather together to enjoy the favorite stories of featured CBU community members. From children’s books and poems to short stories, individuals will have a chance to share their favorite stories with the CBU community right before bedtime! CBU Story Time is a fun, creative, and community building event that will work to provide all CBU faculty, staff, and students, the opportunity to relax, rest, and rekindle friendships across the campus community.

Black History Month Story Time Line Up:

Justin Brooks
Director of the AutoZone Center for Community Engagement
Reading: “Why the Antelope Lives in the Bush”

Dr. Levertis Meeks
Director of Academic Support
Reading: “The Bluest Eye” by Toni Morrison

Beverly Word
Director of CBU Counseling Center
Reading: A poem called “Strong Black Woman” written by Beverly Word

Carly Henderson
Honors Program Student Representative
Reading: “Hair Love” by Matthew A. Cherry

Ian Boyd
Coordinator of Recreation/lntramurals/Events & Facilities
Reading: “Shady Baby” written by Gabrielle Union-Wade and Dwayne Wade Jr.

Kim Tilus
Director of Student Engagement
Sharing ways for students to get involved on campus with student organizations that support Black excellence