You’ve acquired copious quantities of caffeine, stashed 14 bags of M&M’s and a stalk of celery, assembled all your notes in order, purchased seven packs of highlighters, and walked your dog 17 miles in hopes she’ll forgive you for the 0 miles she’ll get next week. As you wrap up your planning for “The Time of Great Study,” don’t forget to pencil in time at K-State Libraries to do the following:
1. Get free coffee. You can get it at Hale’s Reception Desk from 10 p.m. – Midnight on Sunday, May 6th, Monday, May 7th, and Tuesday, May 8th.
2. Visit our Reserves Desks to check out review notes or copies of old exams. To see if we have them for your class, use the Course Reserve tab in our Catalog.
3. Borrow a movie, book on CD, or novel. Everyone needs a study break, right?
4. Exercise. What could be better than walking ten laps around the exterior of Hale while chewing your stalk of celery and rehearsing the Kreb’s cycle?
5. Relax (or sleep). We’ve got many couches and chairs that seem to induce sleep. If you need help relaxing, try listening to classical music from Naxos Music Library, one of our online databases.
6. Study. We’ve got noisy spots, quiet spots, and everything in between. Hale Library will be open continuously from 1 pm on Sunday, April 29th through 5 pm on Friday, May 11th. For the hours of our branch libraries during those days, see: http://www.lib.ksu.edu/hours/index.html.