Study, Escape,Sleep, Repeat

Viet Khue Vu | Mercury Staff

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André Averion | Mercury Staff

Campus life can be busy and overwhelming, but that doesn’t mean you have to leave it to experience some peace. There are many locations on campus that you can escape to for studying, relaxation or to clear your head. The gazebo next to Parking Structure 1 offers a lush green landscape that looks almost like a Ghibli movie. Near parking lots C and D, you can find hammocks to lay back and take a quick nap before your next class. Don’t walk by Cecil H. Green Hall without checking out the picnic tables — they’re a perfect place for your lunch break. McDermott Library offers several floors of study areas whose noise levels decrease with each floor you ascend. Of course, for some people, socializing is a form of relaxation. If you want to be surrounded by chatter and coffee, the steps in front of the Plinth are a great spot to hang out with friends.

Viet Khue Vu | Mercury Staff
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Viet Khue Vu | Mercury Staff

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