A Study In Stress: At College Libraries, Finals Season Has 'em Packed In
from The Washington Post
Kendell Long was parked in a dimly lit room in Lauinger Library. A blanket was draped around his shoulders. A coffee drink with a tremendously potent-sounding name sat on the table where he worked. One of those fireplace videos played in the background. Long, a junior at Georgetown University, had been at the campus library for hours. He was a frequent visitor. So, Kendell, have you ever slept here? "Um, by sleep do you mean like, taking naps, or being here throughout the night?" said Long, a 20-year-old Texan.
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