New Freedoms from the Library Bureaucrats
Written by Bwog Staff
An anonymous tipster reports that as of today, the Columbia Music and Arts Library is now allowing undergraduate students to actually check out (as in, take them home) CD’s and DVD’s for up to two weeks, as opposed to only being allowed to sit around on the 7th floor of Dodge inconspicuously ripping classical, jazz and new music recordings to your computer.
Of course, this also means you can sob to those five-hour opera DVD’s of Tristan and Isolde — or if you so please, chapters 1-12 of R. Kelly’s Trapped in the Closet — in the peace of your own dorm room. Alas, no word yet on chapters 13-22.