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The Periodical Room is a great place to read and study in quiet. Plus, there is a large amount of natural lighting!
The tiers are perfect for studying (quiet) in winter (warm). Can't have food there, though; but covered drinks are fine.
Many Asian kids congregate here. Don't get me wrong.. I am not a nerd but Engineering school forces me to spend a ridiculous amount of hours at Parks.This place is like my second home.
Sewage line broke nearby so it smells like poop water... Just in time for finals.
If you listen to music, please use headphones. It's extremely disrespectful not to.
The Egg nog Latte is no joke. Better than Starbucks!
The periodical room is a quiet zone, go there to avoid being disturbed.
Avoid library during dead and finals week. It gets super packed. If you must then stick w/ basement, 1st,2nd floor. 3rd and 4th will be full
Check out the archives on the fourth flour! There's a ton of crazy interesting information about anything to do with ISU!
Voted best place to people watch and best place to nap on campus in the Iowa State Daily's 2012 Student Choice Awards.
Third floor southwest corner is so quiet perfect for studying
The library should be reserved for people who actually study throughout the semester as opposed to 'finals only' studiers.
If special collections is open its the perfect place for some quiet studying.
Top floor: The "Ivory Towers" of Academia. Yes, it's a metaphor.
Printing is expensive go to your college where it's one credit per page.
If you've been to Tier 4, you know how creepy it is.
The library is for being quiet to study. If people around you are mostly quiet, you should do the same.
The tiers are never full. =))
The tiers are hotter than a crack spoon.
Bring a sweatshirt! It's friggin' freezing in here Mr. Bigglesworth!
I have not missed you at all Parks.
The restrooms are...dank!
Parks Library houses more than 2 million books, the oldest from 1475.