New, Improved Wedge Takes Shape

New, Improved Wedge Takes Shape

Photo of the SW corner of the Second Level of Meyer LibraryThe southwest corner of the Second Level of Duane G. Meyer Library — known affectionately as “the Wedge” — is getting a complete makeover. The Wedge will offer a great new place to study, as well as a great view of the main campus quad. The installation of new carpeting is well-nigh complete, as is repainting of the walls. Ten new tables, with 40 new chairs, have been put in place. The Provost, Frank Einhellig, provided the funding for this new furniture, which is greatly appreciated and will be well-used. The tables have power (both 3-pronged and USB) at the table top. Additional furnishings will be placed in the area over the next few days, and over the winter holidays break in late December and early January, additional new pieces of furniture will be added, at the same time that the main lobby gets a complete makeover, too. These improvements are part of a multi-year plan to completely reconceptualize and refurbish both Duane G. Meyer Library and Haseltine Library in the Greenwood Lab School.


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