Best Study Spots on Campus
The Whiting Alcove of the library.
Underneath some shade in the Talcott Greenhouse.
The Eleanor Pierce Stevens ’25 Music Library in the basement of Pratt Hall.
Underneath the oldest tree on campus, aka the “Million Dollar” tree.
The sunroom of North Rockefeller Hall.
The second floor of Skinner Hall.
The secret garden of 1837.
The tower in Clapp Hall.
The lounge of the Art Building.
The “bubble rooms” in the wings of Kendade.
The sunroom of North Mandelle.
The Octagon Room of the library.
With finals quickly approaching, we tracked down the quietest, most unique study spots on campus. Do you have a favorite study spot not pictured? Let us know in the comments and we’ll take a photo to post to our Facebook and Instagram pages!
April 14, 2014