Ode to Carl B

Posted on Saturday, December 21st, 2013 by

1461519_10151752153205855_29192079_nThis is a little late, but I’ve been recovering from finals so you’ll have to bear with me. I just have to shout from the rooftops how much I love our library. There is one place that has it all during finals week (and the weeks leading up), and thus, there is only one place for me: Carl B.

Our library is perfect. The lovely workers there bring in snacks and kittens and dogs and crafts and legos, all for students during finals. It’s incredibly relaxing. They do a great job at keeping students motivated and happy, and I’m so incredibly lucky to have chosen a school with such a great library.

My favorite part was the kittens, for sure. There were tons of them, all running and jumping around. One of the librarians, Wendy, fosters kittens, and so she brings them in during finals week. They’re so cuddly and playful, and melt away all stress in seconds.

I could have sat with those little nuggets for hours, but I did eventually have to go study. I did get a really great Facebook profile picture out of it all, which was just the icing on top of a pretty sweet cake.

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Hello! My name is Geneva. I am a Sociology major who loves books and friendly debates.
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