I have been studying at Concordia for many years now. I have always had a concern about noise and proper behavior. Just today as I was studying for my next class, someone was eating in a nearby cubicle and students were talking in another one. Since I heard about the noise committee, I have been asking myself how long will it take before concrete steps are taken to restore the Webster Library to a normal library setting, that is, a quiet space dedicated to academic study and research? Are the members of the committee committed to yield concrete results or is this all smoke and mirrors?
It’s not all smoke and mirrors.
Today, we began conducting a survey about the study environment at Webster. I certainly hope you can take part.
Look out for the survey as you enter Webster Library on Monday, March 30 and Tuesday, March 31. We look forward to hearing from as many of you as possible. The results of the survey will help the Working Group on Noise make their recommendations on the future of the study environment at Webster Library.