Studying Boom Under Way at Davis Library
Davis Library has been doing double duty since the begin- ning of the spring semester, as
the House Undergraduate Library
began undergoing major renovations
that will keep it closed until fall 2002.
Joe Hewitt, director ofUNC's Aca-
demic Affairs Library, says staff has
worked to accommodate many more
students than usual throughout the
semester. "You can look around and just
tell there are a lot more students here:'
Hewitt said. "Occasionally they'll be sit-
ting on the floors, although some of
them tend to prefer that." One time
slot not heavily used has been the
rniddle-of-the-night hours; Davis took
on the Undergrad's 24-hour schedule
when work crews moved into the
AII-nighters at Davis? Not many yet, but spring exams may change that.
Undergraduate Library in December.
But with spring eXanlS getting under
way in late April, Hewitt said, patronage
during those hours should pick up.
"Davis has always had heavy use during
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