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We don't like the noise

46 Signatures Goal: 100

This petition is for students/staff of The University Of Huddersfield We the undersign believe that: 

- A library is meant as a place to study in - The university library is often abused by a minority of people using it as a place to socialise. 
- Excessive amounts of noise makes it difficult for people to concentrate in the library. 
- Having paid tuition fees to the University, it is the University’s responsibility to to adequately supervise these areas. 
- The university needs to do more to discourage socialising in the library. 
- The university should prevent excessive amounts of noise by monitoring troubled areas of the library. 
 - Those using the library as a place to socialise should be asked to leave the library if they constantly abuse the facilities in such a manner. 

NOTE: This is in no means an attack on the services that the University of Huddersfield provides, the sole purpose of this petition is to outline the number of people who are not happy with the excessive amounts of noise that is sometimes present in the library at University. This petition will be passed onto the Students’ Union, who will hopefully then be able to look into this with the knowledge of how many people agree with the statements above.

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  • 4 years ago
    Rafal Kruk United Kingdom
    4 years ago
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    Ryan United Kingdom
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    Christine Latimer United Kingdom
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    Hayley Hattle United Kingdom
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    Duane Laverick United Kingdom
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    Patricia Jackisch United Kingdom
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    Nick Price United Kingdom
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    LydiaSmith United Kingdom
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    Anja Madhvani United Kingdom
    4 years ago
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    Katie Saunders United Kingdom
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    adam greenhalgh United Kingdom
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    Victoria Lockley United Kingdom
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    Sarah Tym United Kingdom
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    Rebecca Horner United Kingdom
    4 years ago
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    Jordan Walmsley United Kingdom
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