When midterms roll around, attendance fluctuates: less people have time to walk down Franklin Street, more people show up in class (and take your usual seat) and more people populate the libraries. These seasonal library-goers (this photographer included) come equipped with study sustenance and goals of cramming half a semester’s worth of information into their heads. This midterm’s library of choice? Davis.
The scene is set with an appropriate backdrop (endless books), study materials, an Oreo cookie and coffee.
Tuesday night’s study goal is to read, with full comprehension, the entirety of Living with Darwin in preparation for Wednesday morning’s exam. This is the halfway point at 11:15 p.m.
After a while, it all starts to blur together.
The end of the cup. Fortunately, the caffeine lasted for hours afterwards.