I have no words for you, hater. Do you not understand the anthropological and cultural importance of documenting all that happens within this great tower?
This morning, I was walking past the SciLi with friends who were visiting. I pointed out the Fortress of Darkness, and told them I had a blog about the monstrous library. A bystander laughed.
The true meaning of viral video:
Three people on computer row are watching "Ke$ha versus Katy Perry."
Now that's what I call… studying.
It is a rare day when you receive glares for answering a phone call in the 25 decibels. What has the world — and the normally chaotic lunch hour — come to?
The Frisc is already a mess, but it seems that the freshmen have not yet discovered the Rock study room, and everyone else forgot about it. Ah, peace and solitude.
Nothing ever changes.
It's a new school year — yes, it took us a week to make it into the library; don't judge, you haven't done real homework yet — but the Frisc is the same as always. There are more coffee cups than people, at least two people are napping and the study rooms are covered in red problem sets. Paw Prints is proving to be feisty and Brown-Secure is on the fritz. And you, yes you in the corner: I see you watching something on Hulu.
It's good to be back.