Take a look inside the Gannett Center—home of the IC library. Surround yourself with books, meet up with friends, focus in a study nook, and browse the multimedia checkout area—with over 29,000 films, TV shows, and CDs.
Here's a peek into the Gannett Center. Home to the college's library. On the main floor a space for group study sessions, catching up with friends, and finishing that paper that's due tomorrow. On the third floor, books, of course, and a multimedia checkout area for students have access to over 29,000 films, TV shows and CDs. Head up to the fourth floor where students find quiet corners to focus. There's also the fifth floor, but it's really quiet. Downstairs are departments of art history, anthropology, and the Handwerker gallery, the campus held for exhibitions featuring works by hundreds of professional artists, including our own faculty, alumni and undergraduates. There's also the Rod Serling archives with scripts, an extensive online database and a cafe. And that's what's inside the Gannett Center.
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