Several children and their families gathered at Kilgore Memorial Library on Saturday, February 15th, to hear stories told by York College students. 

Mackenzie Grauberger, Chris Martens, Elias Dallmann, Bryce Smith, and Caitlyn Trower used skills learned in their Oral Interpretation class to read books like The Ugly DucklingDragon Nights and other familiar titles to children of all ages. The class, taught by professor John Baker, introduces students to the art of dramatic reading and encourages them to embody and bring texts to life.Sophomore communications major, Caitlyn Trower responded, “I was surprised to see how well the kids responded when I read things a certain way or talked louder.”