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    Best places to study on campus?

    Any suggestions? (besides that zoo of a library of course) I just need some place that's well-lit and reasonably quiet.


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    Re: Best places to study on campus?

    A hidden gem: The Multicultural Center in the MU. The person study rooms are AWESOME!



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    Re: Best places to study on campus?

    The hixson building



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    Re: Best places to study on campus?

    Somewhere without internet access



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    Re: Best places to study on campus?

    Quote Originally Posted by benisu View Post
    Somewhere without internet access
    Those places on campus are becoming harder to find now that the residence halls are going wireless...



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    Re: Best places to study on campus?

    On a side note, this dude next to me in the the library is having a very long and loud conversation. So annoying.



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    Re: Best places to study on campus?

    Quote Originally Posted by Chipper View Post
    On a side note, this dude next to me in the the library is having a very long and loud conversation. So annoying.
    Does it affect your posting ability?



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    Re: Best places to study on campus?

    Hidden area:

    Classrooms on the lower level of Beyer Hall. There are only 3 or 4 classes held there every day but the rooms are open and quiet. And it doesn't have wireless, whether that's good or bad is up to you.



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    Re: Best places to study on campus?

    I like studying at Gerdin. Also, St Thomas church has a pretty good student area.



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    Re: Best places to study on campus?

    The Libary always used to work best for me. I always liked the area in the middle which was almost all books. Really quiet there.

    There were too many distractions almost every other place I used to go...



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    Re: Best places to study on campus?

    Quote Originally Posted by jlej731 View Post
    I like studying at Gerdin. Also, St Thomas church has a pretty good student area.
    STA has the student lounge downstairs and the library upstairs. Student lounge can get a little loud though...



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    Re: Best places to study on campus?

    I liked studying in the periodical room. Quiet in there, but not totally dead either.



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    Re: Best places to study on campus?

    I liked going to Stomping Grounds. I always study w/headphones on, so I couldn't care less if it's a little noisy around me. I guess its not technically on campus, but still, its good studying...


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    Re: Best places to study on campus?

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    I liked going to Stomping Grounds. I always study w/headphones on, so I couldn't care less if it's a little noisy around me.
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