7 Off-Campus Places to Study Now That Spring is Officially Here

by Danielle Owen

With the temperature rising and the end of the semester coming up quickly, now’s the best time to make the most of your remaining time in New York City while also being productive. Grab a classmate and check out some of these places for your next study session:

Bank of America Atrium, 1 Bryant Park

Bringing the outdoors in.
Outside the Steven A. Schwarzman Building (The New York Public Library), 
5th Avenue at 42nd Street

The weather is too nice to be stuck inside any library, no matter how beautiful.

Lincoln Center’s Illumination Lawn, 10 Lincoln Center Plaza

#onlyinNewYork


IBM Atrium, 590 Madison Avenue, between 56th an 57th 

As close to outdoors as you can get indoors.

David Rubenstein Atrium, Broadway between 62nd and 63rd

“Stroke the furry grassy wall.”

NYU’s Bobst Library, 70 Washington Square South

Study like Shoshanna.

Alternately you could head over to Riverside or Morningside Parks,
if you’re really daring. Stay safe!

Too close to home? Maybe, but no Subway fare necessary!
Danielle Owen is a first-year at Barnard and a staff writer for The Nine Ways of Knowing.
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