It’s that time again… Quiet Week at SOU, or, as the less politically correct students refer to it, dead week. This week has gained its nickname from the feeling students get after staying up all night writing essays, working on final projects, studying for tests… all on top of whatever other responsibilities they have.
SOU’s Hannon Library gives students a helping every Quiet and Finals week. For the next two weeks, the library will stay open late in order to give students a place to study, use computers, and grind out their final projects. (see below for building hours)
And what’s a late-night study sesh without snacks? Thursday through Saturday of Quiet Week, 7-10 PM, students can enjoy food and iced tea, courtesy of SOU’s Event Planning Involvement Committee (EPIC). Come Finals Week, the library will stay open 24-hours for students including free coffee and snacks, provided by the Friend of Hannon Library, set out at midnight.