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Puzzled by Your Government?

by Emily Rogers on April 9, 2018 in Government Documents, Odum Library, Reference

Tax season is the time of year when many of us might feel puzzled by our federal government. Just in time for summer fun come these puzzles and games courtesy of government documents at Odum Library!

You can view puzzles and games, among other government documents treasures, in Odum Library’s Discovered Documents exhibit in the second floor Reference area. There you’ll find the New, Exciting, One and Only, First Time Ever Poison Safety Game, from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and Pictures, Puzzles, and Problems from the U.S. Justice Department.

More puzzles and games are available online. For instance, the CIA features puzzles, coloring books, games, and other kids’ treats on its Kids Zone site. Learn about the Environmental Protection Agency’s efforts to protect the environment through its coloring book. For Earth Day, play the EPA’s Recycle City game to learn more about reducing waste and saving energy.

With the end of the semester comes extra stress, so keep in mind a couple of upcoming events to help you let off steam: The De-Stress Fest in the Student Union Wednesday, April 25, 1:00-4:00 pm in the Student Union (Odum Library will feature coloring pages and posters) and the International Tabletop Games Day, observed in Odum Library on Saturday, April 29.

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