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G. Homer Durham Language & Literature Building

College Academic Building, University, and College Communications Building
Downtown Tempe, Tempe
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  • Rachel C.
    "free printing in computer lab downstairs!"(3 Tips)
    Brian D.
    "foreign language and need some help"(3 Tips)
    Sara S.
    "Chalkboards in a lot of the classrooms."(4 Tips)
    Dani S.
    "Don't fall asleep in class.."(4 Tips)
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  • Gery P.
    Gery PadillaMarch 29, 2012
    If you need to use a computer go to the computer lab on the first floor towards the south side of the building, not many students know about it so it's never full but the computers are slow.
  • Ashley A.
    Ashley AndersonApril 15, 2011
    There is information on the wall about study abroad programs when you walk into the lobby. Also there is a computer lab in the basement for students in foreign language classes at ASU.
  • Shayne D.
    Shayne DwyerOctober 3, 2011
    Bike racks get really crowded during the afternoon. There are a few random ones spread around on the sides of the building thay are usually pretty empty
  • Sara S.
    Sara SteffanSeptember 17, 2010
    Chalkboards in a lot of the classrooms. Be prepared for the scritching and scratching noises. Small desk space, too. Don't bring a lot of stuff to class.
  • Trent K.
    Trent KastenMarch 30, 2011
    This building is very dark which can be a plus on a bright day. Just remember that it is old and sometimes it can get very hot inside the classrooms
  • Arizona State University
    Arizona State UniversityJanuary 26, 2011
    The LL Building offers a mix of traditional lecture halls and modern classrooms that offer accommodations for small group discussion and work.
  • Jessica O.
    Jessica OberbilligMarch 27, 2011
    If you take a foreign language and need to take a test in the lab, bring your own laptop. Sometimes the computers there freeze or there aren't enough for every student.
  • Kevin H.
    Kevin HislopDecember 9, 2011
    Be nice to the lab assistants and leave your drinks on the table in 61 or the wood part in 65. We really appreciate it!
  • Brian D.
    Brian DunhamMarch 29, 2012
    If you take a foreign language and need some help, the tutoring centers here are awesome and the TA's are very nice and helpful!
  • Rachel C.
    Rachel CorakMarch 31, 2011
    there's a really creepy dude who wanders around outside of the building--girls be careful, he's short and has an Australian sounding accent. steer clear he's scary!
  • Jessica M.
    Jessica MooreJanuary 24, 2012
    Use north elevators instead of waiting for the south ones. Everyone seems to forget about them.
  • Andrew S.
    Andrew ShepherdMarch 28, 2012
    One of my favorite places on campus to "zen" out. Come here and check out the beautiful zen garden.
  • Clayton B.
    Clayton BeyerSeptember 9, 2011
    Rooms are very similar to what I would imagine prison cells would be like. Small, bland, and no sunlight.
  • Boris F.
    Boris FowlerNovember 7, 2010
    I like to use this building to study or be productive. I like to find empty classrooms and work there instead of in the library.
  • Harrison G.
    Harrison GearnsAugust 31, 2011
    Eventually, someone should organize a rally to get the administration to hurry fixing the awful septic problem were having in this building.
  • Jasmine C.
    Jasmine CarlisleApril 6, 2010
    The elevators on the north side don't go all the way to the top
  • Heather D.
    Heather DwyerApril 22, 2010
    hate the older buildings at asu! the small desks attached to the chairs are terrible
  • Alexandra I.
    Alexandra IrvingOctober 19, 2010
    Half the time the dang bathrooms on the first floor aren't even unlocked.
  • Tray G.
    Tray GeigerFebruary 4, 2011
    Minimal outlets, small desks--pack wisely
  • Alice D.
    Alice DaerApril 11, 2012
    There are toilets in this building that are older than I am.
  • dickwyn
    dickwynMay 8
    Just take note that LL means lower level
  • TR H.
    TR HummerDecember 5, 2013
    The whiteboards are semi clean.
  • Rachel C.
    Rachel CorakMarch 31, 2011
    free printing in computer lab downstairs!
  • Dani S.
    Dani SchenoneSeptember 8, 2011
    Don't fall asleep in class.. Even if it's FAS 294
  • TR H.
    TR HummerNovember 20, 2013
    Try to avoid working for The Man at all cost.
  • Bruce M.
    Bruce MatsunagaApril 22, 2013
    Oh, that first floor smell...
  • Brian D.
    Brian DunhamMarch 1, 2012
    Looking for a good elective, take FAS 332 human sexuality!
  • TR H.
    TR HummerJanuary 14, 2014
    Bruce M. is Mayor? Run! :-)
  • Matthew M.
    Matthew McDanielSeptember 6, 2011
    Go to class
  • Josh B.
    Josh BorupNovember 10, 2010
    I like turtles
  • Jose R.
    Jose RuizNovember 10, 2011
    Don't speak English
  • Kathy R.
    Kathy RegeanMarch 30, 2012
    This room smells...
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