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Where is the best place to get work done on campus?
My favorite place to study on campus is on the second or third floor of Skidmore's main campus library. The library has these great window seats on the side of the building. Each one has a great, comfortable chair and footstool, and overlook out beautiful south park green. I have spent many hours a day working in this area, and absolutely love it. Students also often study in their own rooms, or in our student center.
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The quiet floor of the library is without a doubt the best place to get work done. If not, then in the various lounges for the academic departments or in the student center if working with a group.
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