So, The Daily Clog was taking its weekly Monday rest on Memorial Glade. The sunlight warms our faces, the birds chirp happily and wind softly ruffles our hair. It’s a peaceful, blissful scene.
We were drifting into nirvana, into a deep sleep without regards for earthly pleasures, into a — what is this beeping noise that screeches across the air? Why does this sudden conglomeration of sounds interrupt our slumber? That’s right — construction in front of Evans. read more »
Yes, this is a campus building crawl. Why would we do a building crawl, you ask? Because you, like us, are hopeless when it comes to following through on the promise you made to yourself at the beginning of the semester: finally exploring the campus and seeing all of the interesting goodies it has to offer … including its buildings.
Sure you’ve hung out with dinosaurs in the Valley Life Sciences Building or stood atop Wheeler Hall with some friends until dusk, but have you ever
smoked a cigarette witnessed a heart-stopping sunset from one of the balconies in Eshleman Hall or had a nervous breakdown because you couldn’t find your way out of Dwinelle? Well, after reading this, read more »
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If you missed it, the Clog did a review of all the lounges on campus and we found ourselves in a Goldilocks conundrum: this lounge is too loud, this one’s too quiet … but none were just right.
So we’ve been eager to explore a new lounge, especially one that advertises free printing. Unfortunately, this new lounge happens to be located in the basement (B3) of Evans–also known as “The Dungeon“–a scary window-less place with printers named after creatures of the underworld.
For most, Evans is the eyesore of a building hosting the highest number of suicides of any campus building: a daily reminder that you chose the right major. But if you’re feeling adventurous, stop in for a quick study sesh and make use of its free printing. We’re guessing it’s quiet.
Hours: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday-Thursday
9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Friday
Closed on Weekends
Image Source: Raymond Yee under Creative Commons
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