March 2024 – Library Newsletter

Welcome to March! Your library is still updating the physical collection of books to make sure you have what you need to be successful at OFTC. We have events coming up in March you won’t want to miss, a new research resource to share with you, and a couple new books from the collection to highlight. See all these below and as always reach out if you need anything from the library!

Benjamin T. Mullis, MLIS, MDIV
Director of Library Services 

Library Events

TEAS Study Night

Monday, March 18th 6:00PM-8:00PM

March Madness Bracket Challenge

Fill out a NCAA men’s basketball tournament bracket. The most accurate student and most accurate faculty/staff bracket will be awarded a prize.

Brackets are due: March 18th by 6:00 PM. Electronic Bracket can be (1) submitted in-person to the library staff or (2) emailed to

Easter Egg Hunt

March 25 – 28th: Come by the library and find the books hidden in the Easter eggs to receive some candy.

Research Resource

Films on Demand: Films on Demand consists of 15,500 video titles (77,000 segments) in Humanities & Social Sciences, Business & Economics, Health, and Science. Also included is the new collection of United Newsreels which includes an additional 260 titles (1,250 segments). TCSG also has access to nursing videos in this collection.

Library Book Highlights

The Women by Kristen Hannan: Women whose sacrifice and commitment to their country has all too often been forgotten. A novel of searing insight and lyric beauty, The Women is a profoundly emotional, richly drawn story with a memorable heroine whose extraordinary idealism and courage under fire define a generation. – Jordan Lynch

The Edge by David Baldacci: THE EDGE is an impressive, satisfying, INTENSE, high-octane, action-packed—entertaining, and electrifying suspense crime thriller mystery whodunit! Baldacci showcases his star power, from twisty complex plots to keep you guessing, and a cast of intriguing, multi-generational, well-developed characters make this a Top Book of 2023! – Judith Collins