Students sacrifice sleep

Junior organizational management major Desmond Hewling takes advantage of Wilson Library’s extended hours. At 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, he reads his textbook and taking notes to study for his final exam. In addition to extended library hours for the remainder of the semester, the library will offer craft sessions Monday and Wednesday and caffinated drinks nightly. / photo by Conor Holahan
Junior organizational management major Desmond Hewling takes advantage of Wilson Library’s extended hours. At 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, he reads his textbook and taking notes to study for his final exam. In addition to extended library hours for the remainder of the semester, the library will offer craft sessions Monday and Wednesday and caffinated drinks nightly. / photo by Conor Holahan
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