Campus Hangout Guide

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August 21, 2009

12:36 PM

*1* The Units — This popular weekend late-night hangout houses various fraternities. Each house holds dance parties, which can be a fun way to relax and dance the night away.

*2* The Rec — Feeling stressed or rundown? The Rec offers ways to relax and take your mind off things.

*3* The Daily Grind — This small coffee shop is a popular morning hotspot for students, faculty and staff. Often you can sit around drinking a chai latte and enjoy a chat with your friends or perfect strangers.

*4* Wren Portico — The patio outside of the Wren building ­— located on the Sunken Garden side of the building — hosts various a cappella performances all year.

*5* Matoaka — Situated on the lake, this area is a beautiful place to sit and watch the sunset or have a picnic on a sunny day.

*6* Muscarelle Museum of Art — This museum, free for students, boasts various art exhibits throughout the year. The lack of crowds and lines makes this a perfect place to pass the time and reflect.

*7* Lodge 1— This bustling location offers students a place to sit and pass the time with friends.

*8* Earl Gregg Swem Library — The library not only is a place to study, but a great place to sit back and relax. Students can sit in the comfortable seating and read a book for pleasure, with a few interruptions.

*9* Sofas in the Sadler Center — This area is a perfect meeting place for those planning to eat at the dining hall at the Sadler Center.

*10* Integrated Science Center — This recently opened building not only offers state of the art technology, but is a great way to get away from the crowds. Students looking to get away from the noises of campus can be sure to find quiet rooms and plenty of them.

*11* Jamestown Lounges — The lounges of these upperclassmen dorms offer plenty of seating and work as a great meeting place.

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