Where students like to study

The libraries at Bowdoin, including the Hawthorne-Longfellow (H-L), Hatch Science, Pierce Art and the Beckwith Music libraries and the Language Media Center, offer a myriad of student study spaces. Some are in sunny, open spaces with lounge chairs and sofas, others are quiet carrels in the H-L basement. Or you might like studying in the vending cafe (also in the H-L basement) the technology-intensive group studies (throughout H-L; you can book online) or the notoriously quiet 6th floor of Hubbard Hall.

Where’s your favorite study space?

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