I’m currently studying at the Webster library on the third floor, and let me tell you that this will be my last time I will study in this so-called library. It is louder than Starbucks, people are eating their food, and walking around talking to other tables. Why? First, because the rules are not enforced. Second, because even if a staff comes to a response, they know the staff can not and will not do anything except saying “please be quiet, it is a library”. Then, when the staff quickly disappears, they go back resuming their socializing and groupworking. I appreciate upgrading of the hardware of the library, such as the laptops and sofas on the second floor. But please do not forget the fundamentals of a library: a quiet place to study and read books.
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