It’s Getting Close: The Learning Commons through Photos

Students Comment on the New Developments to the Building

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  • The rubber mats were removed and the mud-ridden spots have been covered with hay and grass seed to encourage new grass to grow.

    Photo by Brook DiCicco

  • On Monday, Feb. 12, the rubber mats and chain-linked fence were removed from the John Kenny Forrer Learning Commons, allowing students to use the sidewalk. Junior Chase Dowe commented on how the fences being removed “gives more accessway to the sidewalks instead of the mats we were walking on.” He also hopes that in turn the library will reopen soon.

    Photo by Brook DiCicco

  • The interior of the entrance of the vestibule that leads into the Morgridge Center for Collaborative Learning. “I’m most excited about Career Services. Hopefully they can expand to be bigger because not a lot of people know about it. I hope that it can get exposure and a lot of the people can utilize this resource they have,” said junior Tatyana Williams.

    Photo by Brook DiCicco

  • Finishing touches are being added as furniture is moved into the interior of the Smith Family Learning Commons Café, as seen from an outside window.

    Photo by Brook DiCicco

  • Outdoor furniture was placed outside the learning commons as a place for students and campus employees to sit and enjoy the space.

    Photo by Brook DiCicco

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Brooke DiCicco, Staff Writer