Library Games

Students play "toe-tac-tic" and compete to see who can NOT win as part of International Games Day at Coulter Library.

Students can play “tic-tac-toe” or an alternate game called “toe-tac-tic” as part of International Games Day at Coulter Library.

Have you ever played tic-tac-toe and tried NOT to win? That version of the game is call toe-tic-tac. It’s one of several activities you can take part in at Coulter Library Monday through Friday this week as part of International Games Day. A large window in the main lobby has been transformed into a tic-tac-toe (or toe-tic-tac) game board.

Participants can also try to make one of two jigsaw puzzles featuring both the present day OCC campus and the previous campus at Midtown Plaza. There are also giant SOMA cubes which can be arranged into different patterns. The list of activities includes a “Daily Challenge” in which participants are asked a campus-related question.

Monday’s question: What year is represented on the clock tower on the quad?

Hint: Look for a pattern?

Answers can be emailed to library@sunyocc.edu or posted on Twitter using #OCClibraryplay.

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