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Petition to have a 24 hour library at U of MN

20 Signatures Goal: 100

In light of a recent MN Daily article (http://mndaily.com/2009/02/25/disputes-carlson-between-security-students) it has come to the attention of many that our campus needs a 24 hour library where people from all colleges can study at night. People don't all have the same study habits. For example, for some people the only available time they have to study is either right before the library closes or after that time. Opening up Walter or Wilson library to faculty, students, and staff (with a valid U-Card) from 12am-7am in designated areas would be beneficial to students who have atypical study hours and also to staff who are working on research or need to use the library at this time. Programs like this are already in place at universities similar to our size. Arizona State University has extended hours after 12am with a valid university identification. I think that this would be a similar model that the University of Minnesota could have. If you are in favor of having an extended access library, please sign this petition.

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  • 5 years ago
    Lauren Serbus United States
    5 years ago
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    Aleksey Polukeyev United States
    6 years ago
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    Zhongtian Yuan United States
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    Ryan Stegeman United States
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    Josh Heurung United States
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  • 6 years ago
    Lauren Serbus United States
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    Jane Curran Margolis United States
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    Amanda Laskowski United States
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    Leanne Dasse United States
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    Dylan Hackbarth United States
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    Jermaine Elliott United States
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    Anna Laurenzo United States
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    Anthony David Cousins United States
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    Keely Grimm United States
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    Tara Cassidy United States
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