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Source: Places to study after library closes

Places to study after library closesPosted by anonymous 05/14/2011 03:22 AM | Last Reply 05/16/2011 02:40 AMStereotypical Northwestern: where can I study on Fridays and Saturdays after the library is closed? I need to get out of the dorm.0 votes    reportreply 10 votes report
Posted by anonymous 05/16/2011 12:53 AMbumpreply 20 votes report
Posted by anonymous 05/16/2011 01:49 AMThere’s a reason why the library closes early on Fridays and Saturdays.

You should be OUT.

I’m just going to state the obvious here: You’re not just supposed to learn from your classes in college.reply 30 votes report
Posted by anonymous 05/16/2011 02:03 AM There’s a reason why the library closes early on Friday…I agree in most cases, but some weekends are especially busy, and I happen to be more productive at night.reply 40 votes report
Posted by anonymous 05/16/2011 02:40 AM I agree in most cases, but some weekends are especially…Kafein is open until 2 or 3, Lisa’s is open until 2 but there might be a lot of drunk people so it could be kind of loud. Tech is usually open 24/7, actually, so even if Tech library is closed it’s pretty easy to find an empty classroom or head over to Tech cafe. Fisk/McCormick Tribune Center were open late last year but this year the doors have been locked pretty often….hhmm…

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