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Help Us Find The Lesser-Known Study Spaces Around Campus

With finals week fast approaching, study spaces are becoming increasingly crowded. Good luck trying to find a place to sit and work on the second floor of Pattee Library or in the Starbucks on West College Ave.

We want to know the names of your favorite study spaces on or around campus that might be flying under the radar. My own personal recommendation would be the Architecture and Landscape Architecture Library behind the Palmer Art Museum. They’ve got big windows facing the woods and colorful stacks.

Let us know in the form below (or click here) and we’ll publish a post with some of the best study spaces on or around campus. (Don’t worry, the more responses we get, the less likely it is that your favorite spot will be overrun.)

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