CPS Extends its Hours, Earl Hall Opens its Rooms
Written by Bwog Staff
Good news for those of you who have given up the Hunger Games-style death match that is finding space in Butler and instead have just resigned to studying in your room and slowly becoming one with your bed.
Columbia cares about you! So they’ve opened up some study spaces and extended counseling hours so you can go in and talk about how stressful life is as a tribute.
The Office of the University Chaplain is opening up Earl Hall for additional study space on December 11, 12, and 13 from 8:30 am – 10:00 pm.
The Earl Hall Auditorium will be for individual study and the Schiff Room will be for group study. There will be WiFi in addition to snacks, tea, and hot chocolate that are provided throughout the day.
CPS is extending its drop-in counseling hours starting on Thursday, December 12th, and continuing on Monday, the 16th, through Thursday, the 19th.
On each of these nights, the regular CPS drop-in offices will be open as usual and the Hartley Residence Hall office (Room 115 Hartley) will be open from 9 to 11 PM.
Woman studying in the newly opened Earl Hall and displaying a curious lack of studybun via Shutterstock
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