Finals Week is upon us, and cramming for exams is at the forefront of our minds. Here are five quiet study spaces on campus for those last night study sessions:
1. The Alumni Center not only has a designated area for students to study in but also an enormous amount of space and comfortable chairs. Just make sure you don’t fall sleep while studying, and you can get a lot done.
2. Willard Library is located, you guessed it, in the basement of Willard Hall. It’s quiet and unknown to the majority of students.
3. The second floor of the Kerr Agriculture and Food building is located on the northwest corner of the intersection of Farm Road and Monroe. It’s historical, bright and essentially uninhabited.
4. Linguetti’s Dining Room, during lunch time, is connected by a half-wall and is fairly empty and roomy. It has tons of tables and chairs for you to spread out your books and notes.
5. If you live in Bennett Hall or have access to it, there is a large dining room by Fast Break that I have never seen anyone in. It didn’t look ideal for studying necessarily, because the lighting was dark. But if that doesn’t bother you, it’s a great space to occupy.