While gazing out of your dust-covered apartment window, feelings of complete hatred form in the seat of your gut.
“Why am I inside learning about World War II trench warfare, instead of enjoying the beautiful Alabama weather,” you ask yourself.
Friends, there are ways to do both or at least enjoy the view from afar. Studying is never completely enjoyable, but as summer sneaks in behind its sister, spring, studying reflects pulling teeth or watching grass die. Exams are approaching and sunlight, flowers and fresh air are sometimes the only sources of energy and hope.
Finding a friendly, welcoming place to crack the books and work toward that 4.0 GPA is all-around a positive find and addition to a daily routine.
Here are some beautiful places around Auburn’s campus for you to do just that. Who said studying had to be aesthetically unpleasing?
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