(Eagan, July 2015) The Argosy University, Twin Cities campus library held its first annual Edible Book Festival on June 24th. Faculty and staff members from Students Services to Admissions submitted a wonderful array cakes with book themes. In all, 16 entries were submitted. They ranged from elaborate works of art such as M. Scott Peck's The Road Less Traveled (constructed of a multitude of edible seeds) to a simple rendition of Mary Shelly's Frankenstein (a beer stein and hotdog on top of a bunt cake).
The entire campus voted and the winner took home the "Best in Show" trophy and the honors of being the Edible Book Festival winner. This year, the honors went to Laurie Reichel in the Histotechonology program for her interpretation of the Dr. Seuss classic, The Lorax. After the voting, the staff and faculty participated in a cake walk with the winners taking home one of the submissions. Later that afternoon, the library served cake for the entire campus.
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