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BY YOURSELF Comfortable Places The common room of suite 56 (the second floor), Lawson Hall. [I must admit that residence hall is not very good place to study. For example, I live in Lawson suite 57, where it is quite noisy because everyone hangs out and talks a lot. I can’t concentrate on studying without quietness. However, in the suite 56, it is very quiet. Moreover, I don’t know anyone in this suite, so I can concentrate on studying there. I really like studying there. Actually, library is always no.1 for study; however, in the freaking cold weather, I still prefer to stay in my hall and study. Places with Few Distractions Basement of CSC library Library is always the ideal place to study for people who prefer quite places. However, it doesn’t mean everywhere in library is quiet. There are a lot of students coming to library to study, and sometimes they chat with each other. Not a lot of people study at the lowest floor of library. So, if I really need to concentrate on my work, I usually go there for study. Computer lab at night Social Places Lawson Hall Lobby WITH A GROUP Group desk (near Helpdesk) – CSC library If we want few distractions and noise, we can request for the group room at library.
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  • Spring '10
  • Lee
  • Writing, Dormitory, Hang Nguyen PTH, Nguyen PTH 101R, Lawson Hall Lobby

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