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New quiet reading room opens in Bird Library
New quiet reading room opens in Bird LibraryApril 03, 2009Pamela McLaughlinpwmclaug@syr.edu
In response to requests for additional quiet study space in E.S. Bird Library, the library has opened a quiet reading room on the lower level of the Learning Commons. The new room is for SU students, faculty and staff only and is open 24 hours, Sunday through Friday, along with the rest of the Learning Commons (floors 1 and 2, and the lower level). The room is outfitted with individual study tables and carrels, and is equipped with a printer, network ports for student laptops, power plugs and Air Orange access.
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