Ashley Higginbotham | Staff Reporter
Published May 11, 2015; 11:30 p.m.
It is time for students to buckle down and prepare for final exams. Here are some possible places to study on campus, with noise and comfort levels on scales of 1-10:
Noise level: 2
This is the typical place where students can be found studying, because it is the quietest and most comfortable.
The couches and chairs in the library make it seem like you’re studying on a cloud
Lone Wolf Coffee Shop (Spellmann)
Noise level: 7
With customers talking and blenders going, this is not the location if you are trying to grab some peace and quiet.
Those bar chairs are not very soft, but keeps your posture upright.
Top floor of Spellmann Center
Noise level: 4
Not a lot of students pass through these hallways.
The bar chairs are not very soft, but keeps your posture upright.
Your residence hall/housing
Noise level: your choice
If you like it loud or quiet, you can make that happen.
Comfort level: 8
It’s where you live, how can you not be comfortable? But, BEWARE! Your bed might be calling your name when you really need to be at your desk.