Crunch time at the Library

by Kobie Adams
edited by Jenna Harrington

As the time before finals dwindles down, it is expected that students would be jammed in the library, printing and studying, this was not the case however at nine o’clock in the morning on November 30th.

The emptiness of the Library can be credited to time of the day and the day itself; “Usually it is slower on Thursdays and Tuesdays,” said sophomore and employee of the Library Kate Eastridge.

(Photo: Kobie Adams)

Sitting on the second floor of the library provided a great vantage point to observe the few things that were taking place. The students that were there were getting ready for the morning classes, and getting work for the day done; ” [The Library is] much quieter, [I] feel like I get more work done,” said sophomore Henry Lang.

The Library does take necessary precautions to ensure that all students have the opportunity to go to library if they need to during finals time; “We stay open longer around [finals],” said Eastridge. Later in the day there could possibly be a surge in Library attendance, but the mornings at the Library seem to consist of a few students, spread throughout the Library quietly doing work.


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