Sunday, February 3, 2008
More study space
A big problem on campus for many students is finding a place to study, quietly do work, or access a computer. This gets even harder late at night and during midterms and exams. One of my goals, if elected, will be to work with the university and library to increase the number of places available to study after hours and during peak times.
Solutions to this problem could be to open up a wing in Loyola for late-night studying, as well as an extra 24 hour computer lab. The library also closes earlier than most people like. While it may not be financially feasable to keep the library open late every night, it may work during peak times (midterms and exams). While most of us may be graduated by the time the Atrium is built, this project will also help to alleviate crowded study spaces on campus.