Morrison Library

Today after having lunch with Ellen, I wandered around the Berkeley campus for a bit and eventually made my way to the Doe Library. There I took refuge in the Morrison Reading Room:
Morrison Library

It reminded me of the Lane Reading Room at Stanford. There’s a sign at the entrance that says no cell phones, no food, and no sleeping; perhaps the first two rules are enforced, but I saw students dozing in chair and couches around the quiet, cozy room. I tucked myself into in a large red chair and lost myself for a few hours in Harpist in the Wind by Patricia A. McKillip, which I picked up from the Berkeley Public Library yesterday. What a lovely way to spend an afternoon.

Comments 1

  1. Nelson wrote:

    This is my favorite room on campus. The library in VLSB is also pretty nice.

    Posted 10 Aug 2010 at 22:19

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