Nice try, CC students.

February 15, 2011 at 9:32 pm Leave a comment

Colorado College Humanities Liaison Librarian Steve Lawson writes: “On a very busy Sunday of third week [end of fifth block, February 2011], a student asked me about these “reserved” signs on a few tables in the second floor atrium. The library was full of people studying, even sitting on the floor, but these two tables were open with their reserve signs. This was either a pretty good prank or an excellent psychology experiment: you can’t reserve the tables in the main second floor reading area.” Thanks, Steve Lawson!

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