Best places to study in the Newhouse School

With a few days left of midterm exams, students find their ideal spots— and the Mower Passage are popular—around the Newhouse School complex to study, collaborate, work and talk.

L-R: Bennett Hense and Sofya Mikhaylova, both multimedia, photography and design graduate students, work on assignments in their free time in a classroom in Newhouse 2. Photo by Leigh Vo.
L-R: Katarina Davey, a public relations and international relations senior, and Megan Adams, an advertising senior, work in during midterm week. Photo by Leigh Vo.
L-R: Sam Johnston, Olivia Allison, Mira Berenbaum and Luci Messineo-Witt collaborate at a booth in Photo by Leigh Vo.
Alexis Sanon, a Bandier program sophomore, gets in a study session in the Newhouse 1 lobby before her midterm. Photo by Leigh Vo.
Several students enjoy the cushy chairs while working on their laptops in the Mower Passage. Photo by Arthur Maiorella.
Students work in the Wendy and Edward Cohen lounge on the third floor of Newhouse 3. Photo by Arthur Maiorella.
Julia Virnelli, a magazine, news and digital journalism junior, also takes advantage of the Mower Passage to work during her break. Photo by Leigh Vo.