Whether seeking solitude or socializing, there’s a spot for you
J. Graham Pearsall
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Whether you’re a caffeine-fueled socializer or an ear-plugged silence seeker, there’s a perfect study space at Harvard for you.
James Gusmer ’21 finds motivation in the sunny hallways of the Science Center and Widener Library’s Loker Reading Room. Hamad Al-Hajri, a master’s candidate in Middle Eastern studies, prefers Café Gato Rojo in the basement of Dudley House.
As students buckled down for finals, we took a look at some of their favorite study spaces — each with its own unique draw.