The old Rose Float office space in the Julian A. McPhee University Union (UU) has been converted to a new temporary study spot. The space will be open during fall quarter until it is converted into a new Multicultural Center.
City and regional planning senior and UU Advisory Board member Ali Alvarez said with more freshmen on campus this year, the university wanted to utilize this room during the planning stages of the new Multicultural Center instead of having it stay empty.
Located next to the Craft Center and across from Yogurt Creations, the study room has tables and bean bags and is open during UU hours. The room offers a quiet alternative to the often crowded second floor of the UU.
Animal science freshman Mason Lee said he noticed the new study spot in passing and decided to bring his friend, animal science freshman Ilana Friedman, to work on homework together.
Lee said he liked the new room because it wasn’t very crowded with students. Friedman agreed.
“We can actually get homework done here because it’s so quiet,” Friedman said.
The new Rose Float office is located in Corporation Warehouse (building 82) off Mount Bishop Road.