Elizabeth shows Stevenson complex- Part 2 | Campus Tour 2019
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Um, I don't think I'm gonna go in, but I can show you the inside of library. So this is an area where we are computers and she's big. Um, and they're black and white, So you can't call her print unless you use the printer behind the librarian's desk or if you own one yourself. So in the back over there, we have books, area's toe study. Actually, I'll take you inside because they're cubicles. Then those cubicles actually came from another library called asking. They're renovating that right now, so that won't be ready for next year. Those keep goes well staying, and we have new phone charging stations. When you want to come straight to me, Can't his library get loud? Come on. Also maybe discussed checks, so we're just gonna look and Mike. There are entire row of them, so they're not usually full. It's usually full in on mid term, like when midterms and finals come around would be pretty hard to find a spot there but usually wanted. Since we entered from the upper floor, we came down the stairs. Science engineering library complex from the other transfer so well, let's go out. So there are stairs inside the building, but there are also stairs outside to get you to that upper floor, that upper complex where the rest of the signs and engineering buildings are. Otherwise, you would have to walk around this building area and I'll show you how that isthe. So you would walk around and take a left around the corner of this building and walk some more, take another left and then enter the building from where I started this video, Um, and this is the front where the library is. So you see those glass windows in the back of the library and it says Stephenson Molecular biology. If you were to take a campus tour here at Vanderbilt, this is one of the stop being points. They would definitely stop here and point out that we have that library in the back. I showed you one of the main academic buildings.