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Yes, this is what it has come to.

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  • Or... says:

    @Or... This person could just be going out of town after his or her last exam…It is about to be Fall Break after all

  • Thanks says:

    @Thanks because i really thought he was camping in butler

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous isn’t that a grad student carrel, aka, get away you stupid undergrad, you have plenty of spaces downstairs?

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous try finding a space to study in butler during midterms season.

      then, when you can’t find one, go fucking kill yourself.

      1. Anonymous says:

        @Anonymous ruuuude!

      2. Anonymous says:

        @Anonymous my god, butler’s the ONLY library on campus? shock!

        1. Anonymous says:

          @Anonymous it’s the ONLY 24-hour library on campus! shock?

          1. Anonymous says:

            @Anonymous the sun is shining in that photo, shock!

          2. shock! says:

            @shock! shock!

      3. Alum says:

        @Alum Back in the day, each student with a dorm room was given a desk. Many of these supposed “work spaces” also existed in common areas as well… but I can understand how hard it is to get anything done without the communitas Butler provides. Actually, I did it for 4 years.

        1. Anonymous says:

          @Anonymous oy

  • How dare you says:

    @How dare you DO NOT BLAME THIS ON COӦP

    1. :| says:

      @:| coop is crap

  • shock! says:

    @shock! shock

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