University libraries turn into battelgrounds for space

Keesha Brown says The Duke University libraries have turned into battlegrounds for the Dukes: A & B. The A group includes full-time residents of all the libraries, while the B group just tries to cram into their heads as much of that 300-page textbook as possible (on the day before the exam, that is). Members of the first group will feel slighted once they lose the seats that don imprints of their bottoms, a sign of their nine months of dedication to the books, to members of the second crew. But the latter, after having shot-gunned (and/or keg-stood) the weekend away, will steal these seats and tell those Duke As that they should have called “fives” and that maybe they should go study in Teer? or something (that’s the Pratt library, by the way).