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“I like to study in the lower level of the library because it’s bright and cheerful and colorful, and there’s plenty of good children’s books to get distracted by.”

-Kaitlynn Heil,senior, education major

“(Half Moon Tea & Spice) has a really chill atmosphere, and the employees are really nice, and it’s usually a pretty quiet place to get away
and study.”

-Sarah Curley, senior, history major

“I enjoy studying in my room because it’s comfortable. You can spread out and have all your books around you.”

-Emily Broden, junior, communication sciences and disorders major

“I like Mancino’s because it’s really easy to just walk there because I don’t have a car on campus, and the sandwiches are super good. It’s fast and it’s relatively cheap and you can get those punch cards and then get a free one.”

-Hannah Geis, junior, psychology major

“I like to go to Racy’s to study and drink white hot chocolate.”

-Kendra Kitchens, junior, kinesiology Major

“My favorite place to eat on campus is Erbs and Gerbs because I love the sandwich, ‘The Spartan,’ and I’m usually kind of a deli guy.”

-Mekuria Zemede, sophomore, biochemistry and
molecular biology major

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