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1 I am curious as to what happened to the puzzle section that used to be in the library? It was a great way to relax during stressful times and I honestly miss it. =( So sad to see it gone.
Comment from Anonymous on Feb 15 2018

Thanks for your question and comment!  We’re glad that you found the puzzle section a helpful resource. There are so many exciting things in the works here at Richter Library that we needed to store the puzzles to make more room for individual and collaborative workstations. If you're looking for a way to de-stress, please consider attending one of our Mindfulness at Richter sessions, a 30-minute guided practice of calming and refreshment. The next gathering is Wednesday, February 28, from 4-4:30 p.m. on the 3rd floor. Hope you can join us!

Answered by Roxane Pickens, Assistant Director, Learning Commons

2 The left side of the library has been shut for almost an entire year now. This is a very large section of the library that was frequently used for group projects and independent study. Without this space now, it is nearly impossible to find a spot in the library during peak hours. I have always relied on the library as my main study and workspace and now I have had to seek out other areas on campus to study due to lack of space/availability. Additionally, the space that is available is now very loud due to the constant construction. Better soundproofing should be installed so that the study area that is left can be a quiet space to concentrate and work with our groups.
Comment from Anonymous on Feb 05 2018

Thank you for your comments. We appreciate knowing that Richter Library has been a source of support to you in your studies, and we regret that the Learning Commons renovation project has made your workflow more challenging. The construction company responsible for the renovations has installed more substantive soundproofing material to help mitigate some of the noise. Luckily, the project is nearing its completion, and we look forward to soon being able to provide improved areas for indivdual and collaborative work.

Answered by Roxane Pickens, Assistant Director, Learning Commons