Photos: Wilson Library is place to work, have fun as quarter comes to a close

Thursday, March 17, 2011 - 11:29am

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Western Washington University student Michelle Bohlke studies in Wilson Library during the last weeks of winter quarter. Photo by Matthew Anderson | WWU
Western Washington University student Michelle Bohlke studies in Wilson Library during the last weeks of winter quarter. Photo by Matthew Anderson | WWU

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WWU students take advantage of one of the Student Technology Center labs on campus in the Haggard Hall side of Wilson Library. Photo by Matthew Anderson | WWU
WWU students take advantage of one of the Student Technology Center labs on campus in the Haggard Hall side of Wilson Library. Photo by Matthew Anderson | WWU

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Students use computers to get last-minute work done in one of the many student work/study spaces in Wilson Library. Photo by Matthew Anderson | WWU
Students use computers to get last-minute work done in one of the many student work/study spaces in Wilson Library. Photo by Matthew Anderson | WWU

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WWU student Diana M. Tafoya checks out a laptop from the information desk near the northern entrance to Wilson Library. Photo by Matthew Anderson | WWU
WWU student Diana M. Tafoya checks out a laptop from the information desk near the northern entrance to Wilson Library. Photo by Matthew Anderson | WWU

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A Western Washington University browses the shelves of feature films in Wilson Library, looking for something to check out. Photo by Matthew Anderson | WWU
A Western Washington University browses the shelves of feature films in Wilson Library, looking for something to check out. Photo by Matthew Anderson | WWU

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Wilson Library has thousands of feature films available for students, faculty and staff to check out. Photo by Matthew Anderson | WWU
Wilson Library has thousands of feature films available for students, faculty and staff to check out. Photo by Matthew Anderson | WWU

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Wilson Library's Daylight Lounge contains, among other things, racks of popular magazines for reading. Photo by Matthew Anderson | WWU
Wilson Library's Daylight Lounge contains, among other things, racks of popular magazines for reading. Photo by Matthew Anderson | WWU

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Erin Cheatum laughs with friends Kathryn Kennedy and Lorryn Whisnant while studying in Zoe's in Wilson Library. Photo by Matthew Anderson | WWU
Erin Cheatum laughs with friends Kathryn Kennedy and Lorryn Whisnant while studying in Zoe's in Wilson Library. Photo by Matthew Anderson | WWU

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Lorryn Whisnant studies with a few of her friends, including Kathryn Kennedy, right, in Zoe's on the Western Washington University campus. Photo by Matthew Anderson | WWU
Lorryn Whisnant studies with a few of her friends, including Kathryn Kennedy, right, in Zoe's on the Western Washington University campus. Photo by Matthew Anderson | WWU

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Friends Kathryn Kennedy, left, and Erin Cheatum share a fist bump while studying in Zoe's in Wilson Library with friend and fellow students Lorryn Whisnant. Photo by Matthew Anderson | WWU
Friends Kathryn Kennedy, left, and Erin Cheatum share a fist bump while studying in Zoe's in Wilson Library with friend and fellow students Lorryn Whisnant. Photo by Matthew Anderson | WWU

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Western Washington University student Michelle Bohlke studies in Wilson Library during the last weeks of winter quarter. Photo by Matthew Anderson | WWU