A team of three co-instructors and twelve students helped reshape the functionality of a whole library in less than a day and a half. This is the second year the Libraries have benefited from Wright State’s Ethics of Sustainability in Applachia class, as they spent their 2012 spring break helping shift the fiction and non-fiction in Athens. But this year’s efforts were for the Glouster Public Library. A space has been created for young adults, and the children’s and adult shelving areas have been shifted. With Wright State’s class focus on social and environmental sustainabilty, the capstone of the class is giving up a week to serve. The team also helped numerous other organizations in the area, including: Good Works, Monday Creek Restoration Project, Rural Action, Green Edge Gardens, and ReUse Industries. Many thanks to Wright State instructors and students!