By: Meredith Francis ~Campus News Editor~ In order to accommodate students’ upcoming study habits for the approaching finals week, the Conaton Learning Commons (CLC) has extended its hours to “24/5.” According to Allison Morgan, assistant director of access services, the extended hours began on Nov. 30 and will remain in effect until Dec. 19. With the extended hours, students will be able to remain in the CLC throughout the night in order to work on final papers and study for exams. The library, however, will be operating on its normal hours. CLC Extended Hours: Nov. 30 — Dec. 19 Sunday … Continue reading CLC extends hours of operation for finals week
By: Meredith Francis ~Campus News & Social Media Editor~ With homework, papers, tests and quizzes approaching in the upcoming school year, the best study spots on campus will likely be busy once again. Here are a few tips for the best places to study on campus. For a quiet spot: Need silence to focus on all those anatomy terms or abstract philosophy concepts? The sec-ond-floor library offers plenty of silence among the bookshelves and couches. There are also sev-eral computers and two printers available on this floor. For group projects: Assigned a group project? Reserve a study room in the … Continue reading Best study spots on campus
By: Hollis Conners Conaton Learning Commons (CLC) For those who can’t focus in their dorm rooms, the CLC is equipped with spaces for study: wide areas for group projects, private study rooms and the near-silent library. It also has printers, a scanner and various office supplies for students. Coffee Emporium With two locations on campus, students can easily grab a cup of coffee for an upcoming all-nighter or in the morning before class. It is open from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and 10 … Continue reading Xavier Hot Spots
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