MADELINE RAINERI | Reporter
Studying in your dorm room can be boring and there are often too many distractions. Here are eight spots on campus that are prime studying locations.
Right in the heart of the Spellmann Center is this open study spot. It is conveniently located between classes and the computer lab, which means you have easy access to class, printing or computers. There are couches, comfy chairs and tables galore for all of your school needs.
On the third floor of Evans Commons, outside of the running track and above the cafeteria, this is the perfect spot for a post-lunch study session with some friends or even alone. There are plenty of chairs and even some single-person chairs with built-in lap desks.
Outside of Evans Commons and next to the sand volleyball courts, there are a few benches, great for group project work or for some friends looking to study together. In addition, Pfremmer Pond sits right behind the courts if you wanted to quickly move your studying to a "chiller" location.
On the third floor in the LARC, there is a study paradise. Filled with low chairs and high tables alike, this place is a haven for studying students looking to get some work done in between classes or throughout the day.
Between Hyland Arena and the Harlen C. Hunter Stadium is this swing, tucked away and secluded by trees, but still visible. Although this spot might not be the most conducive for spreading out papers and computers, it would work best with a few friends and some flashcards.
Also on the third floor of the LARC is this quaint patio overlooking the parking lot of the library and Spellmann Center. Students can relax at tables or in comfortable outdoor wicker chairs and enjoy the views and the breeze while completing their work.
This cozy patio exists right outside of the Spellmann Center, overlooking the Harlen C. Hunter Arena. No matter what the weather is like, this view is always spectacular and great for students who are looking to watch a sports team practice while they study.
Photos by Madeline Raineri